10 Places for Seniors to Retire and Pay Less in Taxes

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2. Florida

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Florida is one of the most popular retiree destinations, and it’s no wonder why, as the Sunshine State doesn’t have a state income tax, and doesn’t tax Social Security or pension incomes. You’ll also find a low sales tax of just 6%, which will help you save on most purchases compared to other states. There’s an abundance of activities for retirees in Florida, with options including sight-seeing, beaches, golf, nature tours, and so much more. Florida offers a range of landscapes as well, with calm areas by the bay and the sandy white beaches in the Panhandle and down south. A unique mix of cuisine, architecture and cultural opportunities are just a few reasons to visit and stay.

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