Top 10 Tax Benefits of Wyoming Residency

There are numerous reasons why those who live in Jackson Hole have chosen to have their primary residences here. Some of those reasons are emotional, such as the sheer beauty of the natural surroundings and the overall quality of life. Other reasons are more practical in scope and include Wyoming’s overall tax-climate benefits when compared to all other states.

For years, Bloomberg has rated Wyoming as the most tax-friendly state in the United States. The Tax Foundation has ranked Wyoming as number one in its 2021 State Business Tax Climate Index—a ranking benefitting primarily from the state’s absence of both corporate and individual income taxes, as well as a low sales tax rate.

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Hansen Recognized for Volunteerism and Real Estate Service

The month of March saw Jackson Hole Sotheby’s International Realty sales agent Marybeth Hansen recognized for both her professional and volunteer accomplishments.

Hansen, who has served on the Teton County Fair Board for the last decade, was selected as Teton County Volunteer Board Member of the Year. Her nomination came at the culmination of her term as Fair Board Chair for 2020—her second term in the role during her tenure on the board.

Teton County Volunteer Board Member of the Year award recipient Marybeth Hansen, with her daughter at the Teton County Fair in 2020.

Professionally, Hansen made a podium finish once again last week in the annual “Best of Jackson Hole” rankings, earning gold within The Best Real Estate Agent category. A perennial favorite within the public-sourced ranking, Marybeth previously earned silver in 2020, gold the year prior in 2019, silver once again in 2018, and bronze in 2016.

When asked what sets Marybeth apart Brett McPeak speculated, “maybe it goes back to her days of slinging margaritas at Mary Piglets, but Marybeth is one of the most selfless people I’ve ever had the pleasure to know. She lives to serve!”