Re: Moving to Dayton
Yeah, I used to live and work both in cities without the local tax, living in Riverside and working in Beavercreek and that always turned into a headache for me tax time because I would have to estimate how much city tax I owed and make payments four times a year to RITA, based around Cleveland. And I always wound up paying way too much but they finally paid me back last year, and now I pay city taxes at the station I work at so thankfully that's over. Must be nice not to have to deal with a whole lot of taxes in Washington, though. Creek's right, we get torn up pretty good with 'em here.
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