Federal tax revenue by state

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This is a table of the total federal tax revenue by state collected by the U.S. Internal Revenue Service.

Gross collections indicates the total federal tax revenue collected by the IRS from each U.S. state, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico. The figure includes all individual and corporate income taxes, payroll taxes, estate taxes, gift taxes, and excise taxes. This table does not include federal tax revenue data from U.S. Armed Forces personnel stationed overseas, U.S. territories other than Puerto Rico, and U.S. citizens and legal residents living abroad, even though they may be required to pay federal taxes.

Fiscal Year 2015[edit]

This table lists the tax revenue collected from each state, plus the District of Columbia and the territory of Puerto Rico by the IRS in fiscal year 2015, which ran from October 1, 2014, through September 30, 2015. The gross collections total only reflects the revenue collected from the categories listed in the table, and not the entire revenue collected by the IRS. Per capita values are based on population estimates from the Census Bureau for July 1, 2015.[1]

Rank State Gross collections[2] Revenue per capita (est.) Ratio to GSP
1 California $405,851,295,000 $10,408 16.6%
2 Texas $279,904,425,000 $10,204 17.1%
3 New York $269,716,999,000 $13,659 18.5%
4 Florida $177,389,488,000 $8,762 19.9%
5 Illinois $158,042,273,000 $12,310 20.5%
6 New Jersey $153,917,572,000 $17,226 26.6%
7 Ohio $140,981,150,000 $12,148 23.5%
8 Pennsylvania $136,108,810,000 $10,640 19.9%
9 Massachusetts $108,049,205,000 $15,927 22.6%
10 Minnesota $106,927,808,000 $19,504 31.9%
11 Georgia $86,446,602,000 $8,476 17.2%
12 Virginia $80,242,853,000 $9,590 16.7%
13 North Carolina $78,736,401,000 $7,846 15.4%
14 Michigan $77,948,414,000 $7,860 16.7%
15 Washington $73,334,437,000 $10,242 16.3%
16 Missouri $64,112,504,000 $10,551 22.1%
17 Maryland $63,936,798,000 $10,665 17.5%
18 Tennessee $62,708,662,000 $9,508 20.2%
19 Connecticut $59,174,581,000 $16,507 22.6%
20 Indiana $57,972,825,000 $8,767 17.5%
21 Wisconsin $51,748,831,000 $8,972 17.2%
22 Colorado $47,210,720,000 $8,664 14.8%
23 Arizona $42,631,316,000 $6,253 14.3%
24 Louisiana $42,628,150,000 $9,130 16.8%
25 Oklahoma $33,942,286,000 $8,687 18.9%
26 Kentucky $32,708,391,000 $7,392 16.8%
27 Arkansas $32,508,761,000 $10,917 26.3%
28 Oregon $31,219,148,000 $7,757 13.7%
29 Kansas $27,019,291,000 $9,295 18.1%
30 District of Columbia $25,583,750,000 $38,163 20.8%
31 Nebraska $25,103,770,000 $13,256 22.4%
32 Alabama $25,070,261,000 $5,165 12.0%
33 South Carolina $24,086,257,000 $4,921 12.1%
34 Iowa $23,969,391,000 $7,678 14.0%
35 Delaware $22,640,853,000 $23,982 34.2%
36 Utah $20,178,718,000 $6,747 13.6%
37 Nevada $18,450,072,000 $6,398 13.1%
38 Rhode Island $14,373,318,000 $13,616 25.5%
39 Mississippi $11,468,660,000 $3,836 10.7%
40 New Hampshire $11,314,985,000 $8,507 15.8%
41 Idaho $9,785,027,000 $5,920 15.0%
42 New Mexico $8,969,666,000 $4,312 9.9%
43 Hawaii $8,221,290,000 $5,769 10.3%
44 South Dakota $7,732,138,000 $9,013 17.0%
45 North Dakota $7,711,243,000 $10,189 14.4%
46 Maine $7,464,280,000 $5,615 13.5%
47 West Virginia $7,374,299,000 $4,005 10.4%
48 Montana $5,805,098,000 $5,625 12.7%
49 Alaska $5,717,640,000 $7,751 10.5%
50 Wyoming $5,284,146,000 $9,009 13.2%
51 Vermont $4,495,280,000 $7,180 15.1%
Puerto Rico[3] $3,524,557,000 $1,015 N/A
TOTAL[4] $3,283,920,138,000 $10,234 18.3%

GSP is the Gross State Product

Fiscal Year 2012[edit]

This table lists the tax revenue collected from each state, plus the District of Columbia and the territory of Puerto Rico by the IRS in fiscal year 2012, which ran from October 1, 2011, through September 30, 2012. The gross collections total only reflects the revenue collected from the categories listed in the table, and not the entire revenue collected by the IRS. Per capita values are based on population estimates from the Census Bureau for July 1, 2012.[5]

Rank State Gross collections[6] Revenue per capita (est.) Ratio to GSP[7]
1 California $292,563,574,000 $7,690.66 14.6%
2 Texas $219,459,878,000 $8,421.59 15.7%
3 New York $201,167,954,000 $10,279.27 16.7%
4 Illinois $124,431,227,000 $9,664.37 17.9%
5 Florida $122,249,635,000 $6,328.42 15.7%
6 New Jersey $111,377,490,000 $12,564.31 21.9%
7 Ohio $111,094,276,000 $9,623.36 21.8%
8 Pennsylvania $108,961,515,000 $8,536.94 18.1%
9 Massachusetts $79,826,976,000 $12,011.02 19.8%
10 Minnesota $78,685,402,000 $14,627.88 26.7%
11 Georgia $65,498,308,000 $6,602.69 15.1%
12 Virginia $64,297,400,000 $7,854.68 14.4%
13 North Carolina $61,600,064,000 $6,316.61 13.5%
14 Michigan $59,210,158,000 $5,990.89 14.8%
15 Washington $52,443,862,000 $7,603.85 14.0%
16 Indiana $51,238,512,000 $7,837.83 17.2%
17 Missouri $48,413,247,000 $8,039.41 18.7%
18 Maryland $48,107,002,000 $8,175.12 15.1%
19 Connecticut $47,262,702,000 $13,163.83 20.6%
20 Tennessee $47,010,303,000 $7,281.37 17.0%
21 Wisconsin $41,498,033,000 $7,246.80 15.9%
22 Colorado $41,252,701,000 $7,952.20 15.1%
23 Arizona $34,850,436,000 $5,318.03 13.1%
24 Louisiana $34,811,072,000 $7,564.51 14.3%
25 Oklahoma $27,087,264,000 $7,100.54 16.8%
26 Arkansas $25,299,832,000 $8,578.74 23.1%
27 Kentucky $25,085,813,000 $5,726.81 14.5%
28 Oregon $22,716,602,000 $5,825.74 11.4%
29 Kansas $21,904,615,000 $7,590.21 15.8%
30 Delaware $21,835,412,000 $23,809.40 33.1%
31 Alabama $20,882,949,000 $4,330.74 11.4%
District of Columbia[8] $20,747,652,000 $32,811.79 18.9%
32 Nebraska $19,795,254,000 $10,668.28 19.9%
33 Iowa $18,753,596,000 $6,100.35 12.3%
34 South Carolina $18,557,166,000 $3,928.50 10.5%
35 Utah $15,642,129,000 $5,478.30 12.0%
36 Nevada $13,727,425,000 $4,975.63 10.3%
37 Rhode Island $10,992,338,000 $10,465.98 21.6%
38 Mississippi $10,458,549,000 $3,503.79 10.3%
39 New Hampshire $8,807,691,000 $6,668.87 13.6%
40 New Mexico $7,866,206,000 $3,771.79 9.8%
41 Idaho $7,622,490,000 $4,776.81 13.1%
42 Hawaii $6,511,578,000 $4,676.81 9.0%
43 West Virginia $6,498,502,000 $3,502.46 9.4%
44 Maine $6,229,189,000 $4,686.45 11.6%
45 North Dakota $5,664,860,000 $8,096.96 12.3%
46 South Dakota $5,136,249,000 $6,163.35 12.1%
47 Alaska $4,898,780,000 $6,697.36 9.4%
48 Montana $4,383,727,000 $4,361.31 10.8%
49 Wyoming $3,828,379,000 $6,641.74 10.0%
50 Vermont $3,524,887,000 $5,630.71 12.9%
Puerto Rico[9] $3,067,234,000 $836.42 N/A
TOTAL[4] $2,514,838,095,000 7,918.73 (US Avg.) 16.1%

GSP is the Gross State Product

Fiscal Year 2011[edit]

This table lists the tax revenue collected from each state, plus the District of Columbia and the territory of Puerto Rico by the IRS in fiscal year 2011, which ran from October 1, 2010, through September 30, 2011. The gross collections total only reflects the revenue collected from the categories listed in the table, and not the entire revenue collected by the IRS. Per capita values are based on population estimates from the Census Bureau for July 1, 2011.[10]

Rank State Gross collections[11] Revenue per capita (est.) Ratio to GSP
1 California $281,227,298,000 $7,462.79 14.4%
2 New York $202,149,306,000 $10,365.77 17.5%
3 Texas $198,295,817,000 $7,736.33 15.2%
4 Illinois $119,116,442,000 $9,262.73 17.8%
5 Florida $116,758,697,000 $6,118.70 15.5%
6 New Jersey $112,103,329,000 $12,688.87 23.0%
7 Ohio $112,069,407,000 $9,710.54 23.2%
8 Pennsylvania $103,134,437,000 $8,092.82 17.8%
9 Massachusetts $77,218,196,000 $11,687.33 19.7%
10 Minnesota $72,676,800,000 $13,591.31 25.8%
11 Georgia $60,601,096,000 $6,175.93 14.5%
12 Virginia $60,074,032,000 $7,412.54 14.0%
13 North Carolina $56,809,844,000 $5,886.36 12.9%
14 Michigan $55,625,833,000 $5,631.97 14.4%
15 Washington $52,531,569,000 $7,698.89 14.8%
16 Maryland $49,083,255,000 $8,405.28 16.3%
17 Missouri $46,794,981,000 $7,787.50 18.8%
18 Connecticut $45,561,956,000 $12,702.97 19.8%
19 Tennessee $45,189,610,000 $7,061.11 17.0%
20 Indiana $43,886,554,000 $6,734.83 15.8%
21 Colorado $40,328,519,000 $7,882.36 15.3%
22 Wisconsin $38,866,764,000 $6,806.98 15.3%
23 Louisiana $35,888,004,000 $7,844.77 14.5%
24 Arizona $32,920,415,000 $5,090.28 12.7%
25 Arkansas $26,326,077,000 $8,958.77 24.9%
26 Kentucky $24,451,664,000 $5,599.43 14.8%
27 Oklahoma $24,400,086,000 $6,447.95 15.7%
28 Oregon $22,366,343,000 $5,782.06 11.5%
29 Delaware $21,088,276,000 $23,221.47 32.1%
30 Alabama $20,394,671,000 $4,245.63 11.8%
31 Kansas $19,758,229,000 $6,883.47 15.1%
District of Columbia $19,619,128,000 $31,693.85 18.2%
32 Iowa $17,805,295,000 $5,810.94 12.0%
33 South Carolina $17,465,006,000 $3,737.15 10.5%
34 Nebraska $15,664,192,000 $8,502.82 16.6%
35 Utah $14,700,936,000 $5,223.57 11.8%
36 Nevada $13,032,725,000 $4,791.39 10.0%
37 Rhode Island $10,428,091,000 $9,925.41 20.8%
38 Mississippi $9,183,541,000 $3,084.36 9.4%
39 New Hampshire $8,702,370,000 $6,603.68 13.7%
40 New Mexico $8,039,313,000 $3,867.52 10.1%
41 West Virginia $6,386,378,000 $3,442.96 9.6%
42 Idaho $6,345,865,000 $4,006.88 11.0%
43 Maine $6,153,147,000 $4,631.50 11.9%
44 Hawaii $6,127,725,000 $4,446.41 9.1%
45 North Dakota $4,917,384,000 $7,181.39 12.2%
46 Alaska $4,860,572,000 $6,714.80 9.5%
47 South Dakota $4,624,947,000 $5,615.57 11.5%
48 Montana $4,197,002,000 $4,206.82 11.0%
49 Wyoming $3,516,453,000 $6,197.97 9.3%
50 Vermont $3,333,342,000 $5,319.80 12.9%
Puerto Rico $3,313,199,000 $896.89 N/A
TOTAL[4] $2,406,114,118,000 7,631.63 (Avg.) 16.0%

Maps and graphs[edit]

Map of total federal tax revenue by state in 2007.
Legend:
Map of average federal tax revenue per capita by state in 2007.
Legend:
Share of federal revenue from different tax sources. Individual income taxes (blue), payroll taxes/FICA (green), corporate income taxes (red).

See also[edit]

Federal taxes:

State taxes:

General:

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "Table 1. Annual Estimates of the Resident Population for the United States, Regions, States, and Puerto Rico: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2016 (NST-EST2016-01)". Census.gov. U.S. Census Bureau, Population Division. December 2016. Retrieved 3 February 2017. 
  2. ^ "Internal Revenue Service Data Book, 2015" (PDF). IRS.gov. Statistics of Income Division, Communications and Data Dissemination Section. p. 12. Retrieved 3 February 2017. 
  3. ^ Puerto Rico is not a U.S. state but residents pay federal taxes; however, most are not required to pay federal income tax.
  4. ^ a b c ratio to GSP is excluding Puerto Rico
  5. ^ "Table 1. Annual Estimates of the Population for the United States, Regions, States, and Puerto Rico: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2012 (NST-EST2012-01)". Census.gov. U.S. Census Bureau, Population Division. December 2012. Retrieved 4 November 2013. 
  6. ^ "Internal Revenue Service Data Book, 2012" (PDF). IRS.gov. Statistics of Income Division, Communications and Data Dissemination Section. p. 12. Retrieved 4 November 2013. 
  7. ^ http://www.bea.gov/newsreleases/regional/gdp_state/2013/pdf/gsp0613.pdf
  8. ^ The District of Columbia is not a U.S. state, but its residents pay federal taxes.
  9. ^ Puerto Rico is not a U.S. state but residents pay federal taxes; however, most are not required to pay federal income tax.
  10. ^ "Table 1. Annual Estimates of the Population for the United States, Regions, States, and Puerto Rico: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2012 (NST-EST2012-01)" (xls). Census.gov. U.S. Census Bureau, Population Division. December 2012. Retrieved 4 November 2013. 
  11. ^ "Internal Revenue Service Data Book, 2011" (PDF). IRS.gov. Statistics of Income Division, Communications and Data Dissemination Section. p. 12. Retrieved 4 November 2013. 

New table is available for 2015 to update the data. Also - would be good to be able to see some trends in the data in terms of growth by state in terms of taxes paid

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