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States Collecting the Most Income Tax Per Person

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30. Arkansas
> State income tax collections per capita, 2019: $998
> Income per capita, 2019: $44,629 — 6th lowest
> Arkansas’s top source of tax revenue: General sales tax

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29. Michigan
> State income tax collections per capita, 2019: $1,016
> Income per capita, 2019: $49,228 — 18th lowest
> Michigan’s top source of tax revenue: Property tax

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28. Kentucky
> State income tax collections per capita, 2019: $1,036
> Income per capita, 2019: $43,770 — 4th lowest
> Kentucky’s top source of tax revenue: Individual income tax

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27. Pennsylvania
> State income tax collections per capita, 2019: $1,056
> Income per capita, 2019: $58,032 — 15th highest
> Pennsylvania’s top source of tax revenue: Property tax

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26. Missouri
> State income tax collections per capita, 2019: $1,073
> Income per capita, 2019: $48,656 — 14th lowest
> Missouri’s top source of tax revenue: Individual income tax

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