Discussion in 'General Chit-Chat' started by Kraffty, Jun 19, 2019.
I loved my seven years there, but that was 29 years ago. I am sure it has changed a lot!
@ joeswine - Exposing my ignorance once again but is NJ also a place many people want to escape from once they retire? Never occurred to me to be that way.
These have changed some but not a lot. I know Illinois is #7 now, for example. Still high!
Here we go, a link to 2019 figures.
Very much so, I've watch my customers move South over the past 20 years , anywhere south or southwest. Tax's here are the highest in the country ( real a state ) that is.gasoline not that far behind.. and yet housing values in the southern part of this state are stagnant.
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