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  1. KS circutguy
    08-26-2018 06:03 PM
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  2. pierced mikey
    08-09-2010 08:13 PM
    pierced mikey
    Hey Steve,

    Most of our taxes and fees(car registration etc) are higher in Mass in general. The property taxes are a bit higher in N.H. They can hit you with a potential scenic view on your property tax, where if you have trees that you could cut down and have a nice view of some mountains you get taxed more but all things considered you still make out. Plus our politicians here are quite corrupt and screw us on a regular basis. You can show her this for an example When my wife and I were first talking about buying a house we were going to move to NH but my commute would have been bad plus I'd still have to pay Mass income tax and not get as much back as being a resident. The people are also much nicer in NH, and it is a beautiful state. Mass does have some perks...but NH is definately the way to go!

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    1964 Pontiac Catalina
    Retired ASE Master Engine Machinist and Aircraft Powerplant Mechanic
    Floyd Co., IN/SE KY
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