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    Re: Rosenthal: Marlins have made "substantial offer" to Albert Pujols

    Keep in mind that there is no state income tax in Florida. I'm sure that factors in as well.
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    Re: Rosenthal: Marlins have made "substantial offer" to Albert Pujols

    Quote Originally Posted by savafan View Post
    Keep in mind that there is no state income tax in Florida. I'm sure that factors in as well.
    Good point.

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    Re: Rosenthal: Marlins have made "substantial offer" to Albert Pujols

    Quote Originally Posted by savafan View Post
    Keep in mind that there is no state income tax in Florida. I'm sure that factors in as well.
    Well that's why many players live in Florida but they can still live in Florida and not have to play for the Marlins.
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    Re: Rosenthal: Marlins have made "substantial offer" to Albert Pujols

    Quote Originally Posted by Chip R View Post
    Well that's why many players live in Florida but they can still live in Florida and not have to play for the Marlins.
    Aren't taxes still taken out of the state that they work in though? I know when I lived in Kentucky and worked in Ohio, I had to pay taxes to both states.
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    Re: Rosenthal: Marlins have made "substantial offer" to Albert Pujols

    Quote Originally Posted by savafan View Post
    Aren't taxes still taken out of the state that they work in though? I know when I lived in Kentucky and worked in Ohio, I had to pay taxes to both states.
    This is a huge complicated problem. Derek Jeter had an issue with NY State tax authorities.

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