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Texas is a good state and that's where I'm locating to in six months.Thanks! Without thoroughly looking it over, I noticed their information for mil retired pay state tax is conflicting. Page 68 shows partially exempt for Iowa, but the last page shows Iowa being green. As of 2014, Iowans are fully (state) exempt from retired milpay tax. Again, thanks for the link, but I would double check their information when using it.
I PDRL'd from Army w/70% and VA 100% P&T and lived in Oregon when this happened.
I'm in N. California right now and am transitioning to SE Asia - Spring 2017.
But a few months from now, and before I leave for SE Asia, I'll be relocating to Texas to establish residency, so when I get back in 3-5 years, I will be ready to make my next moves (build home & get property tax break of ZERO property tax).
Texas has no state income tax, so no state tax return to do.
You may want to check out Texas - just stay living above the 100 year flood plains....