Find out how much it costs to live in Cape Coral.
Trying to keep your retirement income in your pocket instead of Uncle Sam’s? If that’s your goal, Florida could not be better. Rated by Kiplinger’s as one of the most Tax Friendly in the country, Florida has no income tax, no social security tax, and no taxes on any other retirement income. With a Cost of Living Index just slightly above the US average, Cape Coral itself can be considered an affordable location.
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Florida residents ages 65 and older who meet certain income limits can receive an extra homestead exemption of up to $50,000 from some city and county governments and/or an exemption equal to the assessed value of the property, as long as the real estate has a fair market value of less than $250,000, the homeowner has maintained permanent residence at the location for at least 25 years, and household income does not exceed $27,994 during 2014.
For more detailed tax information from Kiplinger, visit www.kiplinger.com/tool/retirement/T055-S001-state-by-state-guide-to-taxes-on-retirees/
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Cape Coral may not be your best bet for full time work-it currently has roughly double the national average unemployment rate for those over 65. However, employment growth has been strong in recent years, supported by plenty of hiring in the hotel/food industry and retail.
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