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think4yourself November 8th, 2017 6:20am

Hypothetically your state passes a law that taxes all income an extra 20%. Would that inspire you to move to a different state?

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11/11/17 9:36 am

I live in California, but I’m an Oregon resident (thank-God). I can do this since I I’m active duty and I can maintain my home state if residence while I’m stationed elsewhere. But I retire in 2 years, and the prospect of paying California taxes is already making me queasy.

11/08/17 1:58 pm

Depends what they’re doing with that money

TheBlackKnight Eclipse
11/08/17 1:09 pm

That’s absurd. It would just hurt the middle class- a lot.

Kyle5 TN
11/08/17 11:10 am

Unless of course that's 20% of the current income tax, in which case, 20% of 0 is still 0.

11/08/17 7:11 am

Unfortunately, we are stuck here.

11/08/17 7:08 am

When I lived in NY and NJ, between state, local and federal taxes and excluding property taxes, I was taxed 60%+.

FarmerManE djent
11/08/17 7:00 am

20% increase at the state level would be absurd

Jazzy5 USA
11/08/17 4:59 am

2 years ago N.J passed a budget, that figured in taxes coming from a wealthy resident. He moved!
The new governor promised the same, taxing the rich in N.J.
Come to PA, leave your politics in N.J...

Alcerus fascist
11/08/17 1:59 am

Would this be a 20% percentage *point* increase or just a percentage increase?

Difference being a point increase would change 10% to 30%, while a percentage increase would be from 10% to 12%. If it was just a simple percentage increase then I would probably stay

Ferganam Behind You
11/08/17 4:32 am

Would you rather be robbed of $120 or $300 ?

11/08/17 8:45 am

Would you rather have no roads no police protection etc? Stupid to think taxes are robbery.

11/08/17 1:02 pm

Sorry, I shouldn't have said "stupid". Rather it is "shortsighted".

Alcerus fascist
11/08/17 2:55 pm

It's fine, if someone was offended they would have said something by now