As if our mild winters, lush forests, and buzzing city life weren’t enough to attract retirees to Atlanta and the Peach State, MarketWatch and Kiplinger’s remind us of the financial advantages: Little or no income tax in retirement, relatively low sales taxes and low property prices add to our area’s charm. Top that off with property tax exemptions for seniors, and it’s simple to see why Kiplinger’s names Georgia one of its top-10 tax-friendly states for retirees.
As April 15 approaches, we’ve created this visual guide to help Atlanta-area retirees navigate some of the key numbers and facts that might impact their bottom line this tax season.
Please note that Allstate Life Insurance Company or its agents and representatives cannot give legal or tax advice. The brief discussion of taxes on this page may not be complete or current. The laws and regulations are complex and subject to change. For complete details consult your attorney or tax advisor.
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