8) New Hampshire
Unfortunately, not every state can have no income tax like the previous seven did. New Hampshire falls into a gray area when it comes to income tax. There is no tax on the income reported on an individuals W-2 but there is a 5% tax on interest and dividend income. On the plus side, New Hampshire has no sales tax. This will significantly reduce the money you spend on each purchase. Property tax rates in New Hampshire is very high at 2.05%. This is the third highest property tax rate in the country. New Hampshire has both extremes from a nonexistent sales tax to very high property tax. Both help to balance each other out and help you save money.
Income Tax: None (5% on interest and dividend income)
Sales Tax: None
Property Tax: 2.05%