Special Report

Counties With the Biggest Tax Bill in Every State

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31. New Mexico: Harding County
> Annual taxes (family of four): $6,178
> Annual expenses (family of four): $36,982
> Median household income: $32,404
> Major city: Mosquero

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32. New York: Putnam County
> Annual taxes (family of four): $12,624
> Annual expenses (family of four): $59,611
> Median household income: $33,003
> Major city: New York

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33. North Carolina: Camden County
> Annual taxes (family of four): $8,673
> Annual expenses (family of four): $45,943
> Median household income: $53,327
> Major city: Elizabeth City

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34. North Dakota: Dunn County
> Annual taxes (family of four): $7,341
> Annual expenses (family of four): $45,674
> Median household income: $66,964
> Major city: Manning

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35. Ohio: Hocking County
> Annual taxes (family of four): $5,811
> Annual expenses (family of four): $36,242
> Median household income: $43,382
> Major city: Columbus

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