Delaware Moving Companies

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For a small state, Delaware packs a powerful punch for its residents. Although "The First State" only measures a total of 1,982 square miles, it is one of the tax-friendliest places on the East Coast. Social Security benefits aren’t taxed, there’s no state or local sales tax, no inheritance tax, no personal property tax and the state income tax runs between 2.2 percent and 6.6 percent.

Those tax advantages might come in very handy for Delawareans who work in Washington, DC, Philadelphia or Baltimore, all of which are a two-hour drive or less. When you’re not working, you’ll have beaches, gardens, designer outlet malls, wineries, breweries and historic sites to explore.

History-rich Delaware, the first of the original 13 colonies to ratify the U.S. Constitution, houses towns like Lewes and New Castle that still display their colonial influence. Both appear to have remained almost the same after 300 years. Traveling the Delaware Outdoor Trail affords you more than 60 activities to choose from in over 40 state locations including rolling hills, southern beaches, and bays. The Brandywine Valley, home of DuPont, showcases some of America’s most remarkable mansions and gardens.

DuPont has headquarters in this state that only has one area code (302). Other large employers that make Delaware their home include AstraZeneca (biopharmaceutical), Dover Downs (a popular race track), International Solutions Group (consulting and IT), and Nemours: Alfred I. DuPont Hospital for Children, and Proctor & Gamble. Other top and on-the-rise companies here have to be Landmark (construction), Swift Capital (financial services), SevOne (software), Integrity Staffing Solutions and E Revolution Ventures (retail).

Many of these businesses are located in Dover, the capital and second largest city. Dover also lays claim to the Amish Countryside, casinos, harness racing, art galleries, and a plethora of museums. You can visit collections at the Delaware State Police Museum, Air Mobility Command Museum, Johnson Victrola Museum and many others.

Keep a list handy of indoor attractions just in case, as the weather across the state sways toward a humid continental climate. Yearly precipitation approaches 40 percent, but the majority of days (60 percent) have sunshine. Summer temperatures average 78 degrees while winter’s drops to 32 degrees.

Delaware trivia: Did you know horseshoe crabs, found all along Delaware’s shoreline, can go an entire year without eating? Delaware is the only state without a National Park System. Grade-school children lobbied until the ladybug was made the official state bug.