Can you believe that headline? NJ "lets" people live wherever they want. How big of them. Moran: N.J. lets wealthy executives live in Pennsylvania, at a big cost | NJ.com The article goes on to say how many higher paid people are choosing to live in PA rather than NJ because PA has a 3% income tax vs. NJ's 9%. NJ also has the highest property taxes in the country (avg. - $7,576 in taxes in 2010) Yet this paper has argued that the "millionaires" have not left the state. Can't have it both ways, guys. Instead of discussing how we can attract more wealthy taxpayers to live in our great state, the author seems to think we need a way to soak those who work here. (Hey Mr. Moran - see CA) Class warfare is getting really tiresome.