What states have the lowest (and highest) total tax burdens?

Last week we posted Which states have the lowest (and highest) incomes taxes?

A couple of readers asked “Yeah, but what about when you consider sales taxes and property taxes?”

Good question.

Here’s a recap for 2010 – latest analysis I could find.

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Dirty Dozen – Highest Combined State & Local Tax Rates

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12 Lowest Combined State & Local Tax Rates

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All States – Alphabetical

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Data Sources & Recaps

Best data source I  found for state-by-state tax rates – income, sales, property, estate – is at BankRate.com

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Some other useful links:

Bloomberg recap of all S&L taxes by state

USA Today recap of S&L taxes by state

Tax Fed sales tax rates by state & locality

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One Response to “What states have the lowest (and highest) total tax burdens?”

  1. John Carpenter Says:

    Might be interesting to see this chart against several of the others in the blog…for example the Teachers Union chart recently posted.

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