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States Collecting the Most Income Tax Per Person

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35. Alabama
> State income tax collections per capita, 2019: $856
> Income per capita, 2019: $44,145 — 5th lowest
> Alabama’s top source of tax revenue: General sales tax

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34. Indiana
> State income tax collections per capita, 2019: $900
> Income per capita, 2019: $48,678 — 15th lowest
> Indiana’s top source of tax revenue: General sales tax

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33. Oklahoma
> State income tax collections per capita, 2019: $901
> Income per capita, 2019: $47,341 — 10th lowest
> Oklahoma’s top source of tax revenue: General sales tax

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32. South Carolina
> State income tax collections per capita, 2019: $924
> Income per capita, 2019: $45,438 — 7th lowest
> South Carolina’s top source of tax revenue: Property tax

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31. Idaho
> State income tax collections per capita, 2019: $934
> Income per capita, 2019: $45,968 — 8th lowest
> Idaho’s top source of tax revenue: Individual income tax

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