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Cheyenne, Wyoming Tax Facts

MSN Money ranked Wyoming #1 – the best state to live in if you want to lower your tax burden. Here’s why: Wyoming levies no individual income tax. There is no corporate income tax, making Wyoming an attractive state for entrepreneurs. Unemployment insurance tax ranges from 0.27%-8.77%. Statewide sales tax is 4%. Laramie County sales tax is 1%, for a total of 5%. The state’s average effective property tax is 0.62%, ninth lowest in the…

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Four Key Cheyenne, WY Relocation Resources

When you move to a new community, your new home is not the only change you are making. Here is a list of resources for new Cheyenne, WY residents: 1) Driver's license: If you are moving from out of state, you have one year to get your new Wyoming driver's license - unless you are moving from Georgia, Massachusetts, Michigan, Wisconsin, or Tennessee, in which case you need to get your new license immediately. You…

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The Ranchette: Own a Piece of Wyoming

If you are looking for privacy and a little space to spread out in a rustic natural setting, then a ranchette may fulfill all your dreams of home. Typically offering 2-40 acres of land with a large home and outbuildings, a number of these properties are available within minutes of downtown Cheyenne. Zoning laws vary by subdivision, but many owners raise a horse or two, goats, chickens, or other animals on these spacious pieces of…

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Cheyenne, WY Public Schools

Cheyenne and the surrounding area is served by Laramie County School District 1 (LCSD1, see map for district outline). The largest district in the state, it is comprised of 37 schools serving almost 14,000 children and is further divided into Central, East and West sections. Click here to enter the address of your prospective new home and discover more about your neighborhood schools. Finding The Right School in Cheyenne There are a variety of grade-span options within…

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Come to Cheyenne!

With a 16.3% increase projected through 2022, Cheyenne is a growing city with a population of more than 63,000 (as of 2014). Since 2000, the population has grown by 26.65%, but the unemployment rate continues to be low, averaging 4.4% vs. the U.S. average of 5.2%. The capital of Wyoming, Cheyenne is a diverse community that is 76% white and 24% Hispanic and other races, including African Americans, Asian Americans and Native Americans. Why You…

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