Alabama: The population is 4,863,000 with a median household income of $44,765. The largest employer in the state is the U.S. Army base of Redstone Arsenal near Huntsville, Al. Alabama is a hub for automotive activity for over the last two decades. Honda Motor, Hyundai Motor, Mercedes-Benz and Toyota Motor employees creates the need for small community businesses as well as opportunities for people who have special skills. Business tax costs are 19% below the national average in Alabama. Alabama offers a very pro-business incentive climate.
Alabama Retirement Information
Each County and Each City in Alabama has their own personality! Suggest that you visit several times, explore and meet local officials to find your perfect community!
Click Alabama's Retirement Safe Haven Cover below: The Safe Haven brochure can be used to determine costs for living in an Alabama community. Alabama is well known for its favored status as a retirement destination. One reason is the low cost of living and low taxes. Alabama ranks 48th among all other states in per capita taxation. Alabama's property tax is the lowest in the nation.
The brochure has information about Income Tax, Sales Tax, Motor Vehicle Registration and Title, Property Tax, Gasoline and Motor Fuels Tax, and Estate Tax.