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  • uhlerf uhlerf May 4, 2011 6:10 PM Flag

    CA Taxpayers leaving California

    I agree - too much liberal thinking & politics here, but state income tax vs state w/no income tax is a different issue. Just seems unfair that a retiree from one of the state tax-supported retirement systems should be paying taxes where the money comes from, if he wants to come here, take a higher paying job than would have been the case in his home-no-income-tax state, then retire back to that same no-income-tax-state, while we (Californians) pay into the system that he retired from and he goes back to no-tax, and most likely lower cost-of-living and less crowded.
    I agree, spend your money wherever you want, but if there's going to be a tax on income, IMO it should be taxed where it was earned. Sure, I could move out of CA, but why should I have to???
    F..........(that's my initial, tho it could easily, and has, been used otherwise)

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