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Pennsylvania is Better - A Tax-Friendly State for Retirement

Planning your retirement? Concerned about taxes? Traditions of America would like to make sure you have a complete picture of the tax advantages of Pennsylvania. Because we know active adults are looking for ways to pursue their dreams with more money in their pockets.

Did you know that Kiplinger's has several times named Pennsylvania one of the best tax-friendly states for retirees? In 2011, they described the state this way:

"True to its Quaker roots, Pennsylvania extends a friendly hand to retirees. It offers unusually generous exclusions from state income tax on a wide variety of retirement income."
To learn more, download this cost of living comparison which looks at five states – Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Virginia. As the chart on the PDF and below shows, Pennsylvania is a terrific value compared to the other regional options - no wonder it's considered one of the best states to retire.
 
 

Click here to download a cost of living comparison for MD, NJ, NY and VA and see for yourself why PA is one of the best states for retirement tax advantages.

Tony and Jean Luciano, Traditions of America at Hanover, in Bethlehem, PA:

“It is costing us $18-$20,000 less a year than living in Connecticut. Everything is lower than we expected – taxes, utilities, everything.”

 

Carl and Connie Evans, Traditions of America at Hanover, in Bethlehem, PA:

“Moving here was a smart financial move,” said Connie. “The money we’ve saved allows us to pursue our hobbies and develop new interests.”

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