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You'll Pay the Most in Taxes in These States

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30. Idaho (tied)
> Taxes paid as pct. of income: 9.6%
> Total taxes paid per capita: $4,336 (16th lowest)
> Income per capita: $45,167 (9th lowest)

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28. New Hampshire (tied)
> Taxes paid as pct. of income: 9.7%
> Total taxes paid per capita: $6,090 (13th highest)
> Income per capita: $62,784 (8th highest)

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28. Nevada (tied)
> Taxes paid as pct. of income: 9.7%
> Total taxes paid per capita: $4,895 (24th lowest)
> Income per capita: $50,464 (22nd lowest)

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27. Washington
> Taxes paid as pct. of income: 9.8%
> Total taxes paid per capita: $6,245 (12th highest)
> Income per capita: $63,724 (7th highest)

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25. Kentucky (tied)
> Taxes paid as pct. of income: 9.9%
> Total taxes paid per capita: $4,279 (12th lowest)
> Income per capita: $43,222 (4th lowest)

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