Analysis

3 Ways Trump Will Save 'Bigly' With Florida Move

Law360 (November 1, 2019, 7:48 PM EDT) -- In becoming the latest wealthy septuagenarian to announce a move from New York to south Florida, President Donald Trump is following a well-worn path that should be a fruitful one from a tax perspective.

President Donald Trump has filed court papers changing his primary residence from New York to Florida. (AP) And as many others have learned before him, Trump leaves far more than the cold weather behind as he files papers to declare his domicile in Florida. With it comes zero state income tax, down from top rates in New York state of 9% and New York City of 4%....

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