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States with the Highest and Lowest Per Capita State Income Taxes

Maptitude is the best mapping software for business intelligence! Individual income taxes are the single largest source of state tax revenue in the United States. This is despite nine states having no tax on wage or salary income (Alaska, Florida, New Hampshire, Nevada, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Washington, and Wyoming). On average, Americans paid $967 in state income taxes in 2015. The five states with the highest taxes paid were: Connecticut ($2,279), New York ($2,208), Massachusetts ($2,133), California ($1,991), and Minnesota ($1,889). See how your state compares to the national average in the map below.

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Maptitude map of states with highest and lowest state income taxes  

Map: Created with Maptitude Mapping Software by Caliper, April 2017
Source: Tax Foundation

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