NJ vs. PA: Is living in PA really cheaper than NJ.
This question really for anyone who lives in the NJ/PA area of the northeast:
I can't help but notice all the PA license plates on the road here in northern NJ commuting in the morning. I know a few people that sold everything and moved right across the border to PA. Suposedly houses are cheaper, taxes are cheaper, cost of living, insurance, and income taxes are all cheaper.
Is there anyone on this board who has moved to PA from NJ but still work in NJ? Just wondering what the real world benefits are. Is it really a better quality of life and is it really that much better financially?