Does South Dakota offer road map for tax trade-off?
Nebraska does not tax purchases by churches or health care facilities, though Gov. Dave Heineman has proposed eliminating their exemptions.
Posted: Sunday, January 20, 2013 12:00 am
LINCOLN — Scott VanderWal makes a good living running cattle and tilling the fertile soil near Volga, S.D.
Yet, unlike his farming brethren in Nebraska, he has never paid a dime of income tax to the state. That's because South Dakota is one of nine states that don't levy an income tax.
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