If you’re a high earner, New Jersey might not be the place for you much longer. In a recent move, the state has opted to increase the state of New Jersey income tax for its wealthiest residents. Continue reading New Jersey Income Tax Goes Up For High Earners
During his campaign, President Trump promised new, postcard-sized income tax forms. Well, it looks like that’s now a reality. Continue reading The New Postcard-Size Income Tax Forms Are Here.
New York taxes have always been pretty high. However, some economists have feared that high taxes and the new federal tax law will cause residents to flee. Is it happening yet? Continue reading Are People Starting to Flee High New York Taxes?
There’s a lot to like about Idaho. It’s naturally beautiful, has a relatively affordable cost of living, and of course, there’s a lot of Boise State fans if you’re into that. However, if you’re planning on retiring in Idaho you may want to look elsewhere. Continue reading Planning on Retiring in Idaho? You May Want To Make Other Plans
On the heels of the federal tax overhaul, Iowa is looking to cut some taxes of its own. Governor Kim Reynolds recently signed a bill that would lower Iowa state income taxes by more than $2 billion over the next six years. Continue reading It Looks Like Iowa State Income Taxes Are Decreasing
New York and California have always been high-tax states. However, the new tax bill may be causing a migration shakeup. High coastal taxes, primarily in NY and CA will cause residents to flee these states, according to economists. Continue reading High Coastal Taxes Will Cause Exodus, Economists Say
There’s some tax relief on the way for Idaho. As the legislature closes out its session, Idaho’s new tax legislation promises deliver some much needed easing of Idahoans current tax burden. Here’s how it breaks down. Continue reading Idaho’s New Tax Legislation Broken Down
New Jersey taxes are already among the highest in the country. The state boasts the highest property tax rate, the 8th highest gas tax rate, and the 5th highest state income tax rate. However, Governor Murphy now wants to raise more state money in the form of taxes. Continue reading Will We See More New Jersey Taxes In 2018?