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  Monday September 1, 2014

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State Tax List

The following states levy no income tax on earned income and no income tax on unearned income (interest and dividends):
  • Alaska
  • Florida
  • Nevada
  • South Dakota
  • Texas
  • Washington
  • Wyoming



The following states levy no income tax on earned income however they do levy income tax on unearned income (interest and dividends):
  • New Hampshire income tax on dividends & interest income only
  • Tennessee income tax on dividends & interest income only


The following states levy the following MAXIMUM income tax as of January 2010:
  • Alabama 5% above $3,000
  • Arizona 5.04% above $150,000
  • Arkansas 7% above $28,500
  • California 10.55% above $1,000,000
  • Colorado 4.63% flat tax rate
  • Connecticut 5% above $10,000
  • Delaware 5.95% above $60,000
  • District of Columbia 9.3% above $30,000
  • Georgia 6% above $7,000
  • Hawaii 8.25% above $40,000
  • Idaho 7.8% above $22,577
  • Illinois 5% flat tax rate
  • Indiana 3.4% flat tax rate
  • Iowa 8.98% above $55,890
  • Kansas 6.45% above $30,000
  • Kentucky 6% above $8,000
  • Louisiana 6% above $25,000
  • Maine 8.5% above $17,350
  • Maryland 4.75% above $3,000
  • Mass. 5.3% flat tax rate
  • Michigan 4.35% flat tax rate
  • Minnesota 7.85% above $65,350
  • Mississippi 5% above $10,000
  • Missouri 6% above $9,000
  • Montana 6.9% above $13,900
  • Nebraska 6.84% above $26,500
  • New Jersey 8.97% above $500,000
  • New Mexico 5.3% above $16,000
  • New York 7.7% above $500,000
  • North Carolina 8.25% above $120,000
  • North Dakota 5.54% above $319,100
  • Ohio 7.5% above $200,000
  • Oklahoma 6.65% above $10,000
  • Oregon 9% above $6,550
  • Pennsylvania 3.07% flat tax rate
  • Rhode Island 25% of Federal tax liability
  • South Carolina 7% above $12,300
  • Utah 7% above $4,313
  • Vermont 9.5% above $326,450
  • Virginia 5.75% above $17,000
  • West Virginia 6.5% above $60,000
  • Wisconsin 7.75% above $132,580