These States Have the Highest and Lowest Tax Rates

Take a look at the complete list here:

  1. Alaska, 5.84%

  2. Delaware, 6.25% 

  3. Montana, 7.11% 

  4. Nevada, 7.94% 

  5. Wyoming, 8.05%

  6. Florida, 8.23%

  7. Utah, 8.34% 

  8. Idaho, 8.43% 

  9. Colorado, 8.54% 

  10. Tennessee, 8.72%

  11. California, 8.96%

  12. South Carolina, 8.99%

  13. Oregon, 8.99%

  14. District of Columbia, 9.04%

  15. Alabama, 9.1% 

  16. Arizona, 9.52% 

  17. West Virginia, 9.69% 

  18. North Dakota, 10.03%

  19. New Hampshire, 10.06% 

  20. New Mexico, 10.54% 

  21. Georgia, 10.57% 

  22. North Carolina, 10.61%

  23. Louisiana, 10.63% 

  24. Hawaii, 10.66%

  25. Virginia, 10.73% 

  26. Massachusetts, 10.9%

  27. South Dakota, 11.16% 

  28. Missouri, 11.25% 

  29. Minnesota, 11.27% 

  30. Arkansas, 11.28% 

  31. Oklahoma, 11.44% 

  32. Maryland, 11.49% 

  33. Vermont, 11.62% 

  34. Indiana, 11.75% 

  35. Maine, 11.81% 

  36. Mississippi, 11.97% 

  37. Washington, 12.02% 

  38. Michigan, 12.22% 

  39. Kentucky, 12.48% 

  40. Texas, 12.79% 

  41. Rhode Island, 12.82% 

  42. New Jersey, 12.84%

  43. Ohio, 13.18% 

  44. Iowa, 13.18% 

  45. Wisconsin, 13.22% 

  46. Nebraska, 13.27% 

  47. Kansas, 13.43% 

  48. Pennsylvania, 13.97% 

  49. New York, 14.08% 

  50. Connecticut, 14.84% 

  51. Illinois, 15.01%

 

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