BAM: The United States of Income Tax, in One Map

Published on February 17, 2014

Ever wondered which state has the highest marginal income tax rate? Or which states have no income tax?

Thanks to a map from the accounting firm O’Conner Davies, we know the answer to question one is California (13.3 percent) and the answer to question two is Alaska, Washington, Nevada, South Dakota, Texas and Florida.

Read more: Washington Post

 

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