With the big game less than a week away, there’s been a lot of talk about which really is the better team. While it’s difficult to say with any level of certainty that the Steelers or the Packers are in fact the superior squad, there are some things we can all agree on: cold, hard facts. See who wins when it comes to taxes, population numbers and more.
In most conversations, when we talk about taxes, we’re pretty focused on the Federal Rates, most of us painfully aware of how much of that next dollar earned will be shared with Uncle Sam. What about state taxes?
Ask anybody about taxes, and you’re sure to get an earful. Some think we are taxed too much, while others believe we are not taxed enough. The one thing that is safe to assume, is that there are a number of taxes in America (typically unique to just one State) that tend to be on the weirder side. From pets to bagels, to candy to crack, here are America’s most bizarre taxes.
Take a look at which states pay the highest percent of property taxes as a percentage of home value or percent of income. New Jersey comes in number one, paying the most as percentage of home value and income.
In our ninth list of Top 10 Procrastinating Cities, Houston takes America’s most tax procrastinating city for the fourth time. Houston, looks like we have a problem. To help Houston residents and tax procrastinators at large, we’ve pulled together some...