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State Income Tax Rates

 

 

**1040 INSTRUCTIONS

 

**GUIDE TO TAXABLE AND NONTAXABLE INCOME

 

**GUIDE TO FEDERAL TAX INCOME (CALCULATOR)

 

**1040 TAX TABLE

 

 

• Alabama: 5% on income over  $3,000

 

• Alaska: No income tax

 

• Arizona: 4.54% on income over $150,000

 

• Arkansas: 7% on income over  $32,600

 

• California:10.55% on income over $1 million

 

• Colorado: flat 4.63% of federal taxable income

 

• Connecticut: 6.5% on income over $500,000

 

• District of Columbia: 8.5% on income over $40,000          

 

• Delaware: 6.95% on income over $60,000

 

• Florida: No income tax

 

• Georgia: 6% on income over $7,000

 

• Hawaii: 11% on income over $200,000

 

• Idaho: 7.8% on income over $26,418 

 

• Illinois: flat 3% of federal AGI with modifications

 

• Indiana: flat 3.4% of federal AGI with modifications

 

• Iowa: 8.98% on income over $63,315

 

• Kansas: 6.45% on income over $30,000

 

• Kentucky: 6% on income over $75,000

 

• Louisiana: 6% on income over $50,000

 

• Maine: 8.5% on income over $20,150

 

• Maryland: 6.25% on income over $1 millio

 

• Massachusetts: flat 5.3% on all income 

 

• Michigan: flat 4.35% of federal AGI with modifications

 

• Minnesota: 7.85% on income over $74,780

 

• Mississippi: 5% on income over $10,000         

 

• Missouri: 6% on income over $9,000

 

• Montana: 6.9% on income over $15,400 

 

• Nebraska: 6.84% on income over $27,000

 

• Nevada: no income tax

 

• New Hampshire: 5% on interest and dividend income.  Wages are not taxed. 

 

• New Jersey: 8.97% on income over $500,000

 

• New Mexico: 4.9% on income over $16,000

 

• New York: 8.97% on income over $500,000

 

• North Carolina: 7.75% on income over $60,000

 

• North Dakota: 4.86% on income over $373,650 

 

• Ohio: 5.925% on income over $200,000

 

• Oklahoma: 5.5% on income over $8,700

 

• Oregon: 11% on income over $250,000

 

• Pennsylvania: flat 3.07% on all income

 

• Rhode Island: 9.9% on income over $373,650

 

• South Carolina: 7% on income over $13,700 

 

• South Dakota: no income tax

 

• Tennessee: 6% on interest and dividend income.  Wages are not taxed.

 

• Texas: no income tax  

 

• Utah: flat 5% on all income

 

• Vermont: 8.95% on income over $373,650

 

• Virginia: 5.75% on income over $17,000

 

• Washington: no income tax

 

• West Virginia: 6.5% on income over $60,000

 

• Wisconsin: 7.75% on income over $225,000

 

• Wyoming: no income tax

 


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