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Old 03-17-2009, 06:33 PM   #21
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Yeah, you're thinking of Fla. and Texas...other states without income tax are Alaska, Nevada, South Dakota, Washington and Wyoming. Two others, New Hampshire and Tennessee, tax only dividend and interest income.
Ahh. Okay, thank you. One thing is for sure, New Jersey is among the highest taxing states in the country (and with little to show for it other than debt). I shouldn't neglect to say that we are also a "blue state."
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Old 03-17-2009, 06:41 PM   #22
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Ahh. Okay, thank you. One thing is for sure, New Jersey is among the highest taxing states in the country (and with little to show for it other than debt). I shouldn't neglect to say that we are also a "blue state."
Hey, just like here! Except instead of whatever you guys spend it on, I get to pay for free health care and education for citizens of Mexico.
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Old 03-17-2009, 07:10 PM   #23
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Hey, just like here! Except instead of whatever you guys spend it on, I get to pay for free health care and education for citizens of Mexico.
Newark (supposedly) has more Cubans than Havannah.

I pay about $6K per year to commute to work. I also get stuck in traffic due to the constant road "repairs" but then hit the same pot-holes for 5 years now.

Slogan should be, "New Jersey is for suckers."
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Old 03-17-2009, 09:51 PM   #24
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Ahh. Okay, thank you. One thing is for sure, New Jersey is among the highest taxing states in the country (and with little to show for it other than debt). I shouldn't neglect to say that we are also a "blue state."

Actually, being in the military, and keeping my state of residence Pennsylvania, i pay no state income tax...kudos to PA, i am exempt from state income taxes
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Old 03-18-2009, 05:57 PM   #25
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You can also have your car registered there too.


Yes , what lambertfan said. I was not in the military but certainly had plenty of friends who were, when I lived in NC. If you keep your home state of residence, you can keep your car registered there too. Just probably a little more of a hassle, because if you can't get there, you'd have to do it by mail. There were tons of cars driving around Jacksonville, NC with out of state plates. Worth looking into! Although I guess, sporting your Steeler love on the front plate might have to wait a year LOL
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I looked into doing it by mail, but it really is a pain in the ass because the car was originally bought in Arkansas...i think on my next car purchase i will go back home to the burgh, buy the car, register it, and then drive it back here to cali
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Not only that but your registration is probably horribly high, plus you have to worry about getting the car to pass "smog"& all of that fun expensive stuff.
I lived in that same area (my Mom worked at Travis)& I've never regretted leaving that state.
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Back in NC there was no front plate law......FRONT PLATES SUCK!!! Thats my space!
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I'm assuming the military somehow required you to have Cali plates?

I've known people that have vehicles with out of state plates for years without having any problems .

Having been spent 9 years in Cali (3 in central San Joaquin Valley and a little over 6 out ut of San Diego, the answer is yes, you can keep your home states plates. But most states require you to come back to have it registered. I kept my Texas registration almost the entire time (until I actually bought a vehicle in Cali). Each state is different though. I was able to have family register for me, and I would just update my license when I came home to visit. But once the vehicle entered TX I had 30 days to have a safety inspection completed. And I had better have leave papers physically with me for WHEN I got stopped by the local TX authorities when they saw the out of date inspection sticker.

It can be done...but it can be a pain in the arse as well.

Now the real pain is that, even though my vehicle was registered in TX, I HAD to have a Cali smog test done just to get a base decal. No Cali smog test on a non-cali vehicle and no base access for your vehicle! Even though there are TONS of smoke-puking with cruddy brakes (if any) vehicles registered in MX all over the state!
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