vicman Posted February 11 Report Share Posted February 11 nice article:http://www.bcentral.com/articles/harper/149.asp*******************When federal taxes are included, the 10 states that imposed the lowest total tax burdens in 2002 were:State Income Tax (in %) 1. Alaska 27.02. Oklahoma 29.03. (tie) West Virginia 29.1 Alabama5. Tennessee 29.26. North Dakota 29.57. South Dakota 29.78. (tie) Mississippi 29.8 Montana10. Louisiana 30.1Meanwhile, the highest total taxes were levied in:50. Connecticut 36.749. Washington 35.648. New York 34.747. New Jersey 34.346. Wyoming 34.145. Wisconsin 33.244. Minnesota 32.943. (tie) Michigan 32.8 Illinois41. California 32.7 When only state and local levies are considered, the 10 tax-friendliest states of 2002 were:1. Alaska 6.32. Tennessee 8.43. New Hampshire8.64. Texas 9.05. (tie) Alabama 9.1 Colorado South Dakota8. (tie) Nevada 9.3 Florida10. Oregon 9.4 The states with the most onerous state and local taxes were:50. Maine 12.849. New York 12.348. Wisconsin 12.047. Hawaii 11.646. (tie) Minnesota 11.3 Rhode Island44. (tie) Utah 11.2 Ohio42. Vermont 11.041. Connecticut 10.9 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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