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Tucked away in a quiet neighborhood – away from My Old Kentucky Home, the bourbon distilleries and downtown shopping district – is the impressive Civil War Museum of the Western Theater; the cornerstone of Bardstown, Kentucky’s Museum Row.
If you are planning on retiring soon and relocating to another state, you may want to pay attention to which states offer the most friendly tax climates for their residents. A recent study from the Tax Foundation provides a ranking of all 50 states.
Although the 19,000-square-foot Tulsa Air and Space Museum (TASM) focuses on Oklahoma history, must of what is on exhibit in this hanger-style building reflects aviation and military history on a national level.
If you are at or nearing retirement in your federal career, you may be thinking of relocating to a new state. South Carolina is a state that often attracts newcomers with its mild weather, attractive cities, and lots or recreational activities, but look closely at the state’s income tax structure before taking the relocation plunge.