States to Retire In? (dupes combined)

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    For retired people with little or no income, the absence of a state income tax should not even be considered in a decision.

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    I'm originally from Texas, lived in Louisiana, Colorado and New York, currently in Arizona. I'm retiring to Arkansas.....
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    Michigan if ya like snow!!!
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    I would not wish Michigan upon anyone right now. Michigan's economy sucks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tubby45 View Post
    I would not wish Michigan upon anyone right now. Michigan's economy sucks.
    Can't argue with that!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bumper View Post
    I'm originally from Texas, lived in Louisiana, Colorado and New York, currently in Arizona. I'm retiring to Arkansas.....
    Why? Family or other considerations involving gun laws? Curious...
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    Ya'll come see us in Kentucky. We're real gun friendly here. Castle Doctrine is top knotch. Pretty centrally located. Easy to get a permit and we honor any other state's permit.

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    I moved to Florida while still working, knowing I wanted to retire here. I moved to the panhandle and if you like small town living, this is the place to be. Gun laws are about as good as it can get, short of no laws at all. Cost of living is lower than in most places. This area has lots for the outdoorsman, if that's your bag. Fishing, bird and deer hunting, lots of national forest area for camping, lots of rivers for boating. Not a lot in the arts and entertainment, but if you like that sort of thing, Tallahassee is about 45 minutes away and with the university there, you can find a reasonable menu of cultural events. I'm very glad to be here.
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    My top three would be AZ, FL and TX. Live in AZ now very gun friendly, I am moving to the thriving Metropolis of Greensboro, FL in Jan. also very gun friendly and no income tax. I am transferring there but it is also for eventual retirement. After AZ it will be tough put with all the bugs and humidity but I'll suffer through so I can be near family.

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    UTAH

    Utah has great gun laws and is very gun friendly (except for the socialist enclave of Salt Lake City). My wife and I are moving there as soon as possible.
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    I was raised in Colorado and retired in Oklahoma. If you want to live in the country or a small town, housing can be had much cheaper then in many parts of the US. I inspected a house in Mangum a couple of years ago that sold for $70,000 and would have sold for over a million almost anywhere else in the country. I purchased 400 acres of land near there, just for a place to hunt.
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    Noone mentioned Alaska? They give you money just for being a resident and land is cheeep.

    Michigans' economy might suck for a guy looking for work, but for a retiring guy there are some super housing deals right now, and the sucky economy makes it easier to get lawn care and the like for dirt. WE ALSO HAVE WATER! (can't believe that is a valid sales point)
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    I doubt you get money just for living in AK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tubby45 View Post
    I doubt you get money just for living in AK.
    Actually, you do.
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    Yep, and I understand there are no income tax either, and perhaps no sales tax?
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