"Seven states have no state income
, Nevada, South Dakota, Texas
and Wyoming. Two others, New Hampshire and Tennessee, tax only dividend and interest income."
So we can start with nine states more or less.
"New Hampshire does not have an income tax on an individual’s W-2 reported wages or a general sales tax."
Ah, there's one with no sales tax, either, which means no use tax.
Which leaves only a registration
fee. Of course, you'd need a residency address to use, and if you are in any other state for something between 30 and 90 days, you'd probably also need to re-register the "motor vehicle" in that state, in most cases. Which might trigger other problems.
But...if you have a NH address and you don't stay at the wrong docks for too long...there's one I hit right away, eight others to explore. Always wanted a reason to buy land in NH, I guess this one will work. Well...unless the Libertarian Party takes it over. (Honest, there's an organized real plan to have folks move in and take it over simply by voting. Apparently the population is small enough that this is dangerously close to possible, and the LP actually plans to do it.)
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