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Oregonians moving to Clark County in droves; experts cite income tax

Those making $100,000-plus moved in higher numbers than any other income level

By Sarah Wolf, Columbian staff writer
Published: March 21, 2023, 6:02am
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Xavier Lopez of Miracle Man Movers carries a piece of furniture for a customer moving from Washougal to Vancouver. The company moves people all over the region but has helped more clients make the journey from Oregon to Washington than the other direction.
Xavier Lopez of Miracle Man Movers carries a piece of furniture for a customer moving from Washougal to Vancouver. The company moves people all over the region but has helped more clients make the journey from Oregon to Washington than the other direction. (Amanda Cowan/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

If death and taxes are life certainties, surely moving must be a near-certainty. People move for jobs, better homes, convenience, health reasons, better schools, smaller homes — and the list goes on and on.

And while Clark County has long been and continues to be attractive for the relocation of city dwellers, it’s not just city dwellers who relocate.

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