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You'll Pay the Most in Taxes in These States

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10. Oregon (tied)
> Taxes paid as pct. of income: 11.1%
> Total taxes paid per capita: $5,809 (16th highest)
> Income per capita: $52,333 (25th highest)

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9. Rhode Island
> Taxes paid as pct. of income: 11.4%
> Total taxes paid per capita: $6,334 (11th highest)
> Income per capita: $55,561 (18th highest)

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8. California
> Taxes paid as pct. of income: 11.5%
> Total taxes paid per capita: $7,529 (6th highest)
> Income per capita: $65,470 (5th highest)

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7. New Jersey
> Taxes paid as pct. of income: 11.7%
> Total taxes paid per capita: $8,134 (3rd highest)
> Income per capita: $69,521 (4th highest)

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6. Maryland
> Taxes paid as pct. of income: 11.8%
> Total taxes paid per capita: $7,539 (5th highest)
> Income per capita: $63,890 (6th highest)

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