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Written by Justin Prusiensky

Oct 30, 2018

October 30, 2018

Estimated Reading Time: 35 seconds

If you live in New England, New Jersey, New York, or California, an info-graphic confirms the pain you experience when it comes paying high state taxes (income AND sales taxes).


Oddly enough, Minnesota took the top spot of most expensive state taxes in the US and Alaska took the most friendly spot. The top three tax friendly locations all shared the same main characteristics, long winters and low populations. If you like your taxes low and your winters long, then…



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