Highest Income Tax collected State in USA

Which States Collect Most Income Tax?

The Tax Foundation has released a map of state income tax collections per capita for 2011—the most recent data available.

No. 1 on the list is New York, with $1,864 per capita. The Empire State has both high marginal rates and a wealthy tax base.

Following New York are Connecticut ($1,808), Massachusetts ($1,765) Oregon ($1,424), Minnesota ($1,404) and California ($1,346). At the bottom of the list are the states that don’t levy an income tax: Washington, Nevada, Wyoming, South Dakota, Texas and Florida.

Of states that levy an income tax on wages, Arizona ($444) collects the least per capita.

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