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    Florida’s taxes are low all around for primary residents unless you stay in hotels a lot. Tourism taxes helps take up the slack from low all around taxes. Even our gas taxes are low - gas is about $1.98/gal. right now.

    If your primary residence is out of state (or you live here but own multiple residences), you don’t qualify for homestead exemption, which drastically lowers your property taxes. If you’re 65 or older, some counties double the homestead exemption if you meet income guidelines.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bawanna View Post

    Also can't live where I'd like to live as she must go to town nearly every day. She don't stock up, she apparently liked going to town. I make stuff work so I don't have to go to town to get the right thing.
    Oh how I can relate to that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barth View Post
    My two daughters and three grandchildren are in Oregon.
    I've thought of relocating there.
    But the price of housing is just crazy.
    And the weather isn't to my liking...
    Was thinking about Nevada or Texas (My daughter won't let me move back to Florida - LOL).
    Really wanted a no state income place.
    But honestly AZ is starting to grow on me.
    Plus there's the logistics.
    I'll likely need to get a mortgage and buy a house while I'm still working.
    That would be easy in the Phoenix area (Sun City) and just commute to work.
    Obviously nothing is set.
    But the cost of housing seems to be a determining factor.

    Before you move to Oregon,

    "The 2019 Oregon Legislative Session will convene on Monday, January 14th, and anti-gun legislators have already pre-filed numerous bills to infringe upon your rights and more bills are expected in the coming weeks.

    Senate Bill 501, sponsored by Senator Rob Wagner (D-19) and Representative Andrea Salinas (D-3, contains numerous, egregious infringements. It would create a permit that would be required to purchase or receive a firearm, with each permit requiring training and being valid for only 90 days, limit purchases to one handgun and one long gun per 30 day period, require firearms be stored in a locked container or with a trigger/cable lock, require reporting of lost or stolen firearms within 24 hours, prohibit the possession of ammunition magazines with a capacity greater than five, require background checks for purchasing ammunition, restrict ammunition purchases to no more than 20 rounds within a 30 day period, and require firearm transfers to be delayed up to 14 days for the Oregon State Police to conduct background checks."
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    Scratch Oregon from possible destinations. Check.

    Doubt most of that could possibly pass but even knowing the ideas are in their heads is scary.

    Apparently a lot of immigrants from california got tired and stopped in Oregon, but plenty made it up here, too many.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bawanna View Post
    Scratch Oregon from possible destinations. Check.

    Doubt most of that could possibly pass but even knowing the ideas are in their heads is scary.

    Apparently a lot of immigrants from california got tired and stopped in Oregon, but plenty made it up here, too many.
    Same story from a friend in Boise ID. The influx is affecting all politics as they want to make Idaho another CA, even though they moved to get away from the same stuff. When my friend first moved there (from CA) with CA plates they got a lot of road rage at them. Gor ID plates and everybody smiles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldLincoln View Post
    Same story from a friend in Boise ID. The influx is affecting all politics as they want to make Idaho another CA, even though they moved to get away from the same stuff. When my friend first moved there (from CA) with CA plates they got a lot of road rage at them. Gor ID plates and everybody smiles.
    I lived in Boise from 88-93. The locals were complaining about Californians moving up and driving up the cost of homes even back then.

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