Wyoming Voted One of the Top 5 States to Build Your Nest Egg

October 4, 2010 by Caroline Leave a reply »

tetons-and-elkFrom MSN.com

For Americans saving for retirement, Wyoming’s loose tax code has helped propel it to the front of the pack.

Notably, residents don’t pay state taxes on wages or capital gains. Both of these exemptions allow workers to save noticeably more of their earnings. What’s more, even before the tax breaks, Wyoming residents have well-above-average incomes. For 2010, the state’s average per capita income is estimated at $45,584. Only five states and the District of Columbia have higher incomes.  Read the rest of the article HERE.  To view Wyoming properties for sale, click here.

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