Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Escape From New York? High-Taxing Empire State Loses 3.4 Million Residents in 10 Years

High tax states are experience population declines.
New York State accounted for the biggest migration exodus of any state in the nation between 2000 and 2010, with 3.4 million residents leaving over that period, according to the Tax Foundation. Over that decade the state gained 2.1 million, so net migration amounted to 1.3 million, representing a loss of $45.6 billion in income. Where are they escaping to? The Tax Foundation found that more than 600,000 New York residents moved to Florida over the decade – opting perhaps for the Sunshine State’s more lenient tax system – taking nearly $20 billion in adjusted growth income with them. Over that same time period, 208,794 Pennsylvanians moved to Florida, taking $8 billion in income.
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