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December 3, 2022

In Case You Forgot, Today Is National Tax Freedom Day

That means, theoretically, the rest of the money you earn this year is yours. We understand that tea partiers too lazy to leave the house will still be marching virtually.


What’s far more interesting is Tax Freedom Day by state which shows that you’re basically getting screwed if you live near New York City or Washington, DC. Of course if you’re hung up on this whole Tax Freedom Day thing, then your ideal state is Alaska which seems about right.

Image source: Tax Foundation

That means, theoretically, the rest of the money you earn this year is yours. We understand that tea partiers too lazy to leave the house will still be marching virtually.


What’s far more interesting is Tax Freedom Day by state which shows that you’re basically getting screwed if you live near New York City or Washington, DC. Of course if you’re hung up on this whole Tax Freedom Day thing, then your ideal state is Alaska which seems about right.

Image source: Tax Foundation

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