Moving to the U.S. and looking for advice

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Hey there folks!

Was browsing the Internet for forums and came across this particular site.

Little bit of background:

I’m a British citizen, and am now transferring over to the U.S. having requested to do so. Reason being, I’m planning to make the U.S. my permanent home - it’s always been a dream of mine.

I have been given a few options to choose from which is nice since company transfers are often ‘you take what you get’ - which is something I definitely wouldn’t have minded in this instance.

Considering that I’ll be making around £650k GBP (around $760k on current FX rates), which would be the best location for tax purposes? My priority really is an area where I can settle down and relax with a family in the years to come. Good quality of life, great houses, fantastic nightlife, quality education, etc.

I’d love to hear the pro/cons for each basically.

Options (alphabetised):

  • Chicago, IL
  • Boston, MA
  • Dallas, TX
  • Los Angeles, CA
  • New York, NY

I appreciate your help.

Best Regards.

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