Some states offer attractive tax benefits for retirees. Then there are these ten tax hells, which have earned a place on our do not live here for your second act list either because of higher than average taxes across the board or because of policies that don’t exempt much retirement income from state taxation.

For retirees living on a fixed income, high income taxes, burdensome real estate taxes and hefty sales taxes on daily purchases can really eat into a nest egg. Choosing to relocate to or stay put in a state with a low overall tax burden can help stretch your retirement income.  read more

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