Kansas Ranks High for 2019 Tax Rates

According to an analysis conducted by WalletHub, Kansas ranks high among 2019 Tax Rates by State.  With one being the lowest tax-paying state, and 51 being the highest, Kansas ranks 46.

Below is a map that visually displays each state’s tax ranking based on the following criteria:
  • Effective total state and local tax rates on median U.S. income
  • Annual state and local taxes on median U.S. income
  • Percent (%) difference between state and U.S. average
  • Annual state and local taxes on median state household
  • Adjusted overall rank (based on cost of living index)
The chart below quantifies the tax rates in Kansas:
Overall Rank (1= Lowest) State Effective total state and local tax rates on median U.S. income Annual state and local taxes on median U.S. income Percent (%) difference between state and U.S. average Annual state and local taxes on median state household Adjusted overall rank (based on cost of living index)
46 Kansas 13.35% $7,752 24.09% $6,813 35

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