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Would you move to a state that did not offer a CCW permit?

This is a discussion on Would you move to a state that did not offer a CCW permit? within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally posted by Moondoggie Scott, you may want to research the income tax situation in Missouri. I'm given to understand from a friend who lived ...

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    Originally posted by Moondoggie
    Scott, you may want to research the income tax situation in Missouri. I'm given to understand from a friend who lived in the KC area for a year that there is some sort of compact btwn KS/MO. IIRC, depending on which county you live/work in you may have to file in both states even if you only live/work in one of the states.

    Others from the KC area might me able to shed some light on this.
    I'll try to help out on this. Have lived in the Kansas City, MO area for 20+ years and have never heard of this!!

    Now there IS Kansas City, MO and Kansas City, KS! If you live on the Missouri side and work on the Kansas side you'd have to fill out income tax returns for both states (and vice-versa). Also, the city of Kansas City, MO has a 1% "earnings tax". You are required to pay this tax if you are employed in Kansas City, MO or if you reside in Kansas City, MO.

    Kansas City isn't a bad place to live. I'd just avoid Jackson County if you were to move to the KC area and want a Missouri concealed carry permit.


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    We flip and flop all of the time, but after retirement we are now seriously considering Hot Springs. Looks like a nice town according to all of my research but have not been there in years. Arkansas CCW suits me fine and I can carry on my AZ license while I am waiting for it :kay:

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    Nope.

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    Not in a million years!

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    Nope.

    One of many reasons I wouldn't leave Texas.

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    No, wouldn\'t even consider it.

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    No way,

    No how, not in my life time and not in a million and one years :barf: . Be safe, Lazyace1975.

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    No. I was offered a very good job that involved a move from VA to NJ. I turned it down primarily due to NJ's firearms laws. Instead, I moved to the Seattle area which, despite its reputation as a very liberal area, has great CCW laws.

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    NO WAY!
    I don't even want to visit a state that doesn't allow CCW!
    I stopped going to Rhode Island, because they would not renew my CCW!
    On occassion I will travel to NYC, but under protest.

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    Not a chance:rock:

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    No. Agree with earlier statement, don't even like traveling in states where I can't carry.

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    Moved OUT of New York because of the overly restrictive gun laws, now I'm selling the property that I have there, because of the Democratic Senator of that state and the fact that my property taxes help support the repressive system they have there.

    VMO

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    As a retired N.Y cop I got a full carry permit when I retired. They are pretty hard for most people to get in N.Y. Now I can pretty much carry in any state now that Bush signed the carry law for cops and retired cops. But when I move I want to live in a state that is gun friendly for everyone, not just cops. The more an area is gun friendly the more ranges there are and the more gun stores and gun shows there are. Not only will moving south improve my arthritis pain it will also give me more places to shoot. Maybe I can buy a place big enough to set up a range in my back yard.

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    Here is something else to keep in mind. Some states such as AZ an S.C may have less restrictive gun laws but they also have a personal property / wheel tax. For someone like me that is a car nut that owns a few cars and who also hopes to buy a nice used class A motor home the wheel tax can add up to thousands of dollars a year. That is why Texas and Tenn are at the top of my list so far. Low taxes and good gun laws.

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    NEVER! In fact I only travel to other states on vacations that have full reciprocity with Florida on CCW.

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