A personal finance magazine has ranked Indiana among the 10 least tax-friendly states in the country for retirees. The ranking is part of Kiplinger’s Personal Finance’s 2017 Retiree Tax Map, which compares all 50 states on senior tax breaks, as well as taxes on income, property, everyday purchases and estates.
Indiana ranks 9th on the list, which is topped by Minnesota, Connecticut and Kansas. You can connect to the full list by clicking here.
Meanwhile, Kiplinger’s also ranked the top 10 most tax-friendly states in America. Wyoming comes in at number one on that list, followed by Alaska, South Dakota, Mississippi and Florida. You can connect to the full list by clicking here.