10 States Where You Pay Less Taxes


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2) Delaware

Even though Delaware is inlaid in the highest tax area of the nation (the Northeast), the first state in the Union remains one of the cheapest to live in tax-wise. The highest income tax bracket starts at $60,000/year with a rate of only 6.6%. Like Alaska, Delaware imposes absolutely no sales tax, so even visiting for a shopping spree is an attractive option. The property tax rate is the fourth-lowest in the nation as well, so it won’t hurt the pocket book too much to own a home. Like the Wyoming beer tax, Delaware has a 16 cent per gallon tax on beer, which is incredibly low compared to many other states in the country. If you’re into history, no sales tax, and inexpensive property tax rates, Delaware is the place for you. [adrotate group=”3″]

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