Retiring in Alaska has become more common in recent years. The largest of all the states in the United States has a lot to offer for those people headed into retirement.
If you want low taxes within the U.S., you won’t find a better option than Alaska. Not only does Alaska not have a income tax, there’s also no sales tax in Alaska.
With billions in oil revenue, the local government in Alaska has decided to give some of that money to the people. Each year, Alaska residents receive an annual rebate from oil earnings.
Alaska is one of the richest states per capita. It boasts a medium income of nearly $65,000. As a result, home values in Alaska have remained relatively steady in these rough economic times.
Peace and Quiet
In all of Alaska, there are less than 700,000 permanent residents. As far as population density is concerned, Alaska far and away offers the most peace and quiet.