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Counties With the Biggest Tax Bill in Every State

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36. Oklahoma: Ellis County
> Annual taxes (family of four): $6,845
> Annual expenses (family of four): $39,190
> Median household income: $50,140
> Major city: Arnett

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37. Oregon: Clackamas County
> Annual taxes (family of four): $9,170
> Annual expenses (family of four): $45,616
> Median household income: $68,915
> Major city: Portland

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38. Pennsylvania: Chester County
> Annual taxes (family of four): $7,724
> Annual expenses (family of four): $44,098
> Median household income: $88,995
> Major city: Philadelphia

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39. Rhode Island: Newport County
> Annual taxes (family of four): $6,813
> Annual expenses (family of four): $40,304
> Median household income: $71,347
> Major city: Providence

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40. South Carolina: Beaufort County
> Annual taxes (family of four): $7,598
> Annual expenses (family of four): $41,987
> Median household income: $40,906
> Major city: Hilton Head Island

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