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Old 12-08-2008, 10:35 AM
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What U.S. States impose no individual income tax liabilities in 2008?

You would quite surprised to learn that there are actually 7 states in the Union that impose NO individual income tax liability and thus do not require the filing of an individual tax return!

These are as follows;

1. Alaska

2. Florida

3. Nevada

4. South Dakota

5. Texas

6. Washington

7. Wyoming.

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