Jackson Hole has access to three national parks, Yellowstone, the National Elk Refuge and the gorgeous Grand Tetons. The valley is surrounded by absolutely breathtaking scenery.
Envisioning a life here is easy. Your morning commute may be affected by a herd of bison crossing the road, but that’s just par for the course. Elk, moose, mule deer, big mountain sheep and bison are so frequently roaming the valley.
Whether you are looking to ski 100 days or summit the Tetons, our seasons offer boundless adventures. A few activities include hiking, mountain biking, fly fishing, white water rafting, camping, hunting, trail running, skiing, snowmobiling, floating down the Snake River, and so much more.
Not only is Jackson Hole attracting more visitors every year, but it is also gaining new residents. People are relocating away from major cities this community in search of a more active lifestyle set amongst the serene Rocky Mountain location.
Tax Benefits in the State of Wyoming
No state income tax
The state of Wyoming does not levy a personal or corporate income tax, nor any tax on retirement income earned and received from another state.
No inheritance tax or estate tax
Wyoming repealed its estate tax as of January 1, 2005. Additionally, there is no inheritance tax.
Low property taxes
All property tax is based on the assessed value of the property. For Teton County, the rate is about 1.2%, while the town of Jackson is 8/10 of one percent of a property’s assessed value.
No tax on
out-of-state retirement income
Wyoming doesn’t tax that retirement income that’s earned outside of Wyoming,
In Wyoming, you can shield your real estate from federal estate taxes for up to 1,000 years through a dynasty trust.
No state gift tax
Wyoming property owners can ‘gift’ that real estate to their heirs without having to worry about paying a state gift tax.