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In Florida, call 239-228-5905. Texas Led National J ob Growth for the Fourth S traight Year. 252,400 Jobs Added in 2013. 192,900 Jobs Added in 2013. Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics. The Value of a Florida Minute: Adjusted Gross Income. State Determines Winners & Losers

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Texas Led National Job Growth

for the Fourth Straight Year

252,400

Jobs Added

in 2013

192,900

Jobs Added

in 2013

Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics

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State Determines

Winners & Losers

Only for Some

VS.

Every Business

Can Re-Invest

from Earnings

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Biggest

Winner

in USA

#2 was

Texas at

$25B

FLORIDA

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Find, Keep, & Grow Lifetime Potential

Enjoy & Expand a High Quality of Life

Thrive & Own America’s Future

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www.savetaxesbymoving.com

Lifetime earning potential

for two college graduates

can be dramatically different for someone employed and

residing within an income-tax-free state versus a high-taxing

state.

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Earning More in Miami, FL

A 30-year-old New York crane operator could earn nearly $750,000 more in his/her lifetime just by working in Miami, FL.

Miami, FL Crane & Tower Operator who moved from New York, NY

Average Annual Wage: $70,380 (Bureau of Labor Statistics, May 2012)

Assumes a 30-year-old single worker with no dependents,

average savings rate from income saved, working until 65 years old

Using assumptions within www.savetaxesbymoving.com

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Transfer Earnings to Tampa, FL

A 40-year-old Chicago transportation manager could earn nearly $250,000 more in his/her lifetime just by making the move to Tampa, FL

Tampa, FL Transportation, Storage, and Distribution Manager who moved from Chicago, IL

Average Annual Wage: $84,420 (Bureau of Labor Statistics, May 2012)

Assumes a 40-year-old married worker with two dependents, average savings rate from income saved, working until 65 years old

Using assumptions within www.savetaxesbymoving.com

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A 50 Year Old Moves to Orlando, FL

Orlando, FL Lodging Manager who moved from Boston, MA

Average Annual Wage: $76,080 (Bur. of Labor Statistics, 2012)

Assumes a 50-year-old single worker with one dependent

Average savings rate from income saved, working until 65 years old

Using assumptions within www.savetaxesbymoving.com

A 50-year-old Boston lodging manager could earn nearly $99,000 more in his/her lifetime by making the move to Orlando, FL

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High Tech Jobs in Jacksonville, FL

Tampa, FL Software Developer, Application, moved from Atlanta, GA

Average Annual Wage: $86,880

(Bureau of Labor Statistics, May 2012)

Assumes a 35-year-old single

worker with no dependents

Average savings rate from income saved, working until 65 years old

Using assumptions within www.savetaxesbymoving.com

A 35-year-old Atlanta software developer could earn roughly $411,000 more in his/her lifetime by making the move to Jacksonville, FL

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A Marketing Manager’s Move

to Fort Myers, FL

A Cincinnati Marketing Manager could earn roughly $201,000 more in their lifetime by relocating to Fort Myers, FL

A Cincinnati, Ohio manager

could earn roughly $201,000

more in his/her lifetime by

relocating to Fort Myers, FL

Fort Myers, FL Marketing Manager who moved from Cincinnati, OH

Average Annual Wage: $126,540 (Bureau of Labor Statistics, May 2012)

Assumes a 45-year-old married worker with one dependent.

Average savings rate from income saved, working until 65 years old

Using assumptions within www.savetaxesbymoving.com

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Are your community

strategies linked to

known migration

patterns?

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More Pioneers are Coming

Will Your

Region

Be Ready?

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Yesterday’s Infrastructure Must

Prepare for Florida’s Future

$64.8 Billion

Florida Origin

Exports (2011)

State Is the 19th Largest Economy

in the World Today

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MIAMI

Start Spreading the News….

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TAMPA

South Side – Chicago?

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Orlando

Center of Tourism

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Jacksonville

Georgia on Its Mind?

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Fort Myers

Midwestern Roots

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Naples

Minnesota Snowbirds?

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Sarasota

Detroit Rocks South?

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Panama City

Panhandle Strong

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Pensacola

Gulf Coast Bases

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Tallahassee

State Capitol Region

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Want to know how to

?

1) Read the Book

2) Explore your data at www.HowMoneyWalks.com

3) Download the app to carry with you on your smartphone

Or give our Florida office a call at 239-228-5905