Federal tax revenue by state

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This is a table of the total federal tax revenue by state collected by the U.S. Internal Revenue Service in 2007.

Gross collections indicates the total federal tax revenue collected by the IRS from each U.S. state, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico. The figure includes all individual and corporate income taxes, estate taxes, gift taxes, and excise taxes. This table does not include federal tax revenue data from U.S. Armed Forces personnel stationed overseas, U.S. territories other than Puerto Rico, and U.S. citizens and legal residents living abroad, even though they may be required to pay federal taxes.

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RankStateGross collections (2007)Population (2007)Revenue per capita
1California$313,998,874,00036,553,215$8,590.18
2New York$244,672,914,00019,297,729$12,678.84
3Texas$225,390,904,00023,904,380$9,428.85
4Florida$136,476,423,00018,251,243$7,477.65
5Illinois$135,458,089,00012,852,548$10,539.40
6New Jersey$121,678,423,0008,685,920$14,008.70
7Pennsylvania$112,368,286,00012,432,792$9,038.06
8Ohio$105,772,774,00011,466,917$9,224.17
9Minnesota$78,697,313,0005,197,621$15,141.03
10North Carolina$75,903,684,0009,061,032$8,376.94
11Georgia$75,217,980,0009,544,750$7,880.56
12Massachusetts$74,782,325,0006,449,755$11,594.60
13Michigan$69,923,907,00010,071,822$6,942.53
14Virginia$61,989,886,0007,712,091$8,038.01
15Washington$57,449,739,0006,468,424$8,881.57
16Connecticut$54,235,851,0003,502,309$15,485.74
17Maryland$53,705,070,0005,618,344$9,558.88
18Missouri$48,568,138,0005,878,415$8,262.11
19Tennessee$47,746,721,0006,156,719$7,755.22
20Colorado$45,404,194,0004,861,515$9,339.52
21Wisconsin$43,778,325,0005,601,640$7,815.27
22Indiana$42,668,067,0006,345,289$6,724.37
23Arizona$35,485,237,0006,338,755$5,598.14
24Louisiana$33,676,593,0004,293,204$7,844.16
25Oklahoma$29,324,569,0003,617,316$8,106.72
26Arkansas$27,340,140,0002,834,797$9,644.48
27Alabama$24,149,102,0004,627,851$5,218.21
28Oregon$23,466,608,0003,747,455$6,262.01
29Kentucky$23,150,555,0004,241,474$5,458.14
30Kansas$22,311,231,0002,775,997$8,037.20
31South Carolina$20,499,446,0004,407,709$4,650.82
District of Columbia[1]$20,393,510,000588,292$34,665.63
32Nevada$19,619,012,0002,565,382$7,647.60
33Nebraska$19,043,258,0001,774,571$10,731.19
34Iowa$18,436,557,0002,988,046$6,170.10
35Delaware$16,857,669,000864,764$19,493.95
36Utah$15,063,650,0002,645,330$5,694.43
37Rhode Island$11,966,818,0001,057,832$11,312.59
38Mississippi$10,868,707,0002,918,785$3,723.71
39New Hampshire$9,304,200,0001,315,828$7,070.98
40Idaho$9,024,822,0001,499,402$6,018.95
41New Mexico$8,346,154,0001,969,915$4,236.81
42Hawaii$7,666,494,0001,283,388$5,973.64
43West Virginia$6,521,950,0001,812,035$3,599.24
44Maine$6,289,216,0001,317,207$4,774.66
45South Dakota$4,765,559,000796,214$5,985.27
46Wyoming$4,724,678,000522,830$9,036.74
47Montana$4,522,680,000957,861$4,721.65
48Alaska$4,287,200,000683,478$6,272.62
49Vermont$3,806,110,000621,254$6,126.50
50North Dakota$3,659,740,000639,715$5,720.89
Puerto Rico[2]$3,548,466,0003,941,459$888.39
TOTAL$2,674,007,818,000305,562,616$8,528.22 (US Avg.)

Maps and graphs[edit]

Map of total federal tax revenue by state in 2007.
Legend:
  <$25 billion
  $25-$50 billion
  $50-$75 billion
  $75-$100 billion
  $100-$125 billion
  $125-$150 billion
  $150-$175 billion
  $175-$200 billion
  >$200 billion
Map of average federal tax revenue per capita by state in 2007.
Legend:
  <$4,000
  $4,000-$6,000
  $6,000-$8,000
  $8,000-$10,000
  $10,000-$12,000
  $12,000-$14,000
  $14,000-$16,000
  $16,000-$18,000
  >$18,000
Share of federal revenue from different tax sources. Individual income taxes (blue), payroll taxes/FICA (green), corporate income taxes (red).

See also[edit]

Federal taxes:

State taxes:

General:

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The District of Columbia is not a U.S. state, but its residents pay federal taxes.
  2. ^ Puerto Rico is not a U.S. state but residents pay federal taxes; however, most are not required to pay federal income tax.

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