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highest and lowest federal tax burdens

States with the highest and lowest federal tax burdens: Full state list

by MoneyRates Team
Money Rates Columnist
March 13, 2015

If your state didn't rank in MoneyRates.com's list of the states that face the highest and lowest federal tax burdens, you can see its ranking below in this list of all 50 states and the District of Columbia.

1. Washington DC

2. Massachusetts

3. Connecticut

4. North Dakota

5. AK

6. New Jersey

7. New York

8. Illinois

9. Texas

10. Pennsylvania

11. Maryland

12. Virginia

13. New Hampshire

14. Washington

15. Florida

16. Ohio

17. Michigan

18. Rhode Island

19. Delaware

20. Louisiana

21. Minnesota

22. Colorado

23. Wisconsin

24. California

25. South Dakota

26. Tennessee

27. Wyoming

28. Iowa

29. Kansas

30. West Virginia

31. Indiana

32. Nevada

33. Missouri

34. Oklahoma

35. Arizona

36. Nebraska

37. Georgia

38. New Mexico

39. Alabama

40. Vermont

41. Maine

42. Montana

43. North Carolina

44. Kentucky

45. Oregon

46. Utah

47. Hawaii

48. Minnesota

49. South Carolina

50. Idaho

51. Arkansas

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17 March 2015 at 5:13 pm

How is it/are they distributed according to state needs?

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