State Income Tax Table

2010 Individual Tax Rates (percentage)
Rounded to the nearest tenth
Not including whatever state deductions that may exist

Although New Hampshire and Tennessee are listed as zero income tax, they do tax on interest and dividend income at 5% and 6% respectively.

Three income levels were chosen. A lower-than-average income, a probable somewhat average income, and a higher than average income, so as to show any variance in tax rates that may exist at those levels.

State2010 rates
$36,000
2010 rates
$51,000
2010 rates
$87,000
Alaska000
Florida000
Nevada000
New Hampshire000
South Dakota000
Tennessee000
Texas000
Washington000
Wyoming000
Illinois333
Pennsylvania3.13.13.1
Arizona3.44.24.2
Indiana3.43.43.4
North Dakota3.43.43.8
New Jersey3.55.36.4
Ohio3.54.14.7
Louisiana466
Michigan4.44.44.4
West Virginia4.566.5
Colorado4.64.64.6
Maryland4.84.84.8
New Mexico4.94.94.9
Alabama555
Connecticut555
Mississippi555
Utah555
Massachusetts5.35.35.3
Oklahoma5.55.55.5
Delaware5.65.67
Kentucky5.85.86
Virginia5.85.85.8
D.C.68.58.5
Georgia666
Missouri666
California6.39.69.6
Kansas6.56.56.5
Maine6.56.56.5
Wisconsin6.56.56.5
Iowa6.87.99
Nebraska6.86.86.8
Montana6.96.96.9
New York6.96.96.9
Arkansas777
North Carolina777.8
Rhode Island777.8
South Carolina777
Vermont778.3
Minnesota7.17.17.9
Hawaii7.68.38.3
Idaho7.87.87.8
Oregon999



A quick look at state income tax in a bar-graph format provides a good visual reference where your state tax ranks with all other states.

Sate Income Tax Rate (percent)

($36,000 annual income)
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Sate Income Tax (percent)

($51,000 annual income)
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Sate Income Tax (percent)

($87,000 annual income)
state-income-tax-rates-87K-2010

Not only is the tax data and state comparison interesting to look at, but if you are ever considering a move to another state, this information should be of some help. This is intended only to be a guide and general view of where the various states rank.



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