Infographics: we have them! Click to enlarge. Turns out that by moving to a state with one of the highest income tax rates in the nation, Albert Pujols has a legitimate claim to not worrying about the extra "$3 or $4 million a year" he's getting from the Angels. Meanwhile, the zero state income tax is the reason every athlete besides Dwight Howard wants to play in Florida. (And why the Heat's Big Three didn't really take much of a pay cut.) [Turbotax]