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Old 07-21-2019, 01:40 AM   #41
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So you are aware California has serious issues and PLAN on leaving to live "Phat" somewhere else where the laws are fairer....



Smart, like a Tory after the USA won the First American Civil War of Revolution.



I rather Californians FIXED their problems, returned to pulling their fair share of the Nation's taxes....



Thank God other States have not all followed California and NY state down the road to a near socialist state of misery, leaving room for refugees from the messes of left wing democratic Party disasters.



Love to see how many % wise of the upper middle and lower upper classes plan to leave Cali pre/ post retirement.


I've been here since Cali was a red state. Others from Commie states came here and ruined it. Why should you be immune to that, we weren't? It's your turn.


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Old 07-21-2019, 01:47 AM   #42
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For your information I can't stand the politics of this state. OC is not anything like LA or San Francisco. This county is still red but they cooked the books with voter harvesting. They cheated and miraculously turned it blue.


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So you are aware California has serious issues and PLAN on leaving to live "Phat" somewhere else where the laws are fairer....



Smart, like a Tory after the USA won the First American Civil War of Revolution.



I rather Californians FIXED their problems, returned to pulling their fair share of the Nation's taxes....



Thank God other States have not all followed California and NY state down the road to a near socialist state of misery, leaving room for refugees from the messes of left wing democratic Party disasters.



Love to see how many % wise of the upper middle and lower upper classes plan to leave Cali pre/ post retirement.




What state are you in?


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Guys, you're totally derailing this new members thread. I think plenty of folks on here can answer his question for their region but nobody wants to wade through pages of your bickering, imo.
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Guys, you're totally derailing this new members thread. I think plenty of folks on here can answer his question for their region but nobody wants to wade through pages of your bickering, imo.
Thank you, the thread is way off topic.
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CaliD is just mad he could have retired last year in a Low Tax State....

But, sounds like he does have a rational plan to leave the political insanity that is California.

EthanB & Bluestone: Money ISN'T everything, but freedom with out any money is pretty boring.....

You want to buy new vehicles, Own a decent home, have as many kids as YOU want, not just one or two, avoiding High tax areas is smart long term life planning.

Just trying to get the facts of taxes and NET income out to the young that can use the information to make a more informed decision on relocating, Any one of the twenty low tax State might answer the OPers job needs and Pay $100,000.00s ,more then a high or even mid tax area over the next 35+ years

I plan to "legally" retire to a very low tax State with out any income taxes...

If you want someone else to pay for your needs: maybe a Nanny State is for you.

The biggest subtraction in MY lifetime earnings is Federal taxes & mandated by federal Law Payroll deductions and mandated insurances(W.C. etc...) schemes.scams, then followed by State taxes and fees, and in third place property Taxes and local sales taxes and income taxes.

Failure to consider this is sophomoric in my onion. Man UP and use all the facts to decide where you and your loved ones live with more or LESS freedom.
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CaliD is just mad he could have retired last year in a Low Tax State....

But, sounds like he does have a rational plan to leave the political insanity that is California.

EthanB & Bluestone: Money ISN'T everything, but freedom with out any money is pretty boring.....

You want to buy new vehicles, Own a decent home, have as many kids as YOU want, not just one or two, avoiding High tax areas is smart long term life planning.

I plan to "legally" retire to a very low tax State with out any income taxes...

If you want someone else to pay for your needs: maybe a Nanny State is for you.

The biggest subtraction in MY lifetime earnings is Federal taxes & mandated by federal Law Payroll deductions and mandated insurances(W.C. etc...) schemes.scams, then followed by State taxes and fees, and in third place property Taxes and local sales taxes and income taxes.

Failure to consider this is sophomoric in my onion. Man UP and use all the facts to decide where you and your loved ones live with more or LESS freedom.

Dude you are warped.


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