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Taxes in retirement: How all 50 states tax retirees

Kiplinger Logo By Rocky Mengle of Kiplinger | Slide 1 of 53: Retirees relocate for lots of different reasons, from the weather to proximity to grandchildren. Moving from a pricey part of the country to one with low housing prices could also lower your expenses and make your retirement savings last longer. But as you consider the cost of living in potential retirement destinations, don’t overlook the impact of state taxes on your bottom line.

Where does your state fit in? We’ve ranked all 50 states, plus the District of Columbia, based on how they tax retirees.

SEE ALSO: 50 Best Places to Retire in All 50 States

How does your state rank?

Retirees relocate for lots of different reasons, from the weather to proximity to grandchildren. Moving from a pricey part of the country to one with low housing prices could also lower your expenses and make your retirement savings last longer. But as you consider the cost of living in potential retirement destinations, don’t overlook the impact of state taxes on your bottom line.

Where does your state fit in? We’ve ranked all 50 states, plus the District of Columbia, based on how they tax retirees. Click ahead to see them.

SEE ALSO: 50 Best Places to Retire in All 50 States

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