Some states don't impose income taxes on residents. Did yours make the list?
As a U.S. taxpayer, you're probably used to forking over a chunk of your earnings to the federal government. But depending on where you live, you might lose more of your hard-earned money to income taxes at the state level. In fact, there are seven U.S. states without personal income tax: Alaska, Florida, Nevada, South Dakota, Texas, Washington, and Wyoming. But just because your state charges zero income tax doesn't automatically make it an affordable place to live. In fact, several states on the list are actually among the more expensive ones in the country.