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Just the Facts 1999-2000

Table 19
State Personal Income Taxes Per Capita, 1997
Rank State Amt.   Rank State Amt.
1 Massachusetts 1174 27 Vermont 549
2 Minnesota 1020 28 Utah 548
3 Oregon 1009 29 Illinois 528
4 NEW YORK 968 30 South Carolina 514
5 Delaware 906 31 Oklahoma 512
6 Wisconsin 878 32 Arkansas 494
7 Connecticut 859 33 Montana 494
8 Hawaii 823 34 Pennsylvania 464
9 Maryland 740 35 West Virginia 433
10 North Carolina 735 36 New Mexico 432
11 California 721 37 Alabama 391
12 Virginia 702 38 Arizona 366
13 Colorado 658 39 Louisiana 358
14 Michigan 655 40 Mississippi 290
15 Rhode Island 648 41 North Dakota 255
16 Indiana 640 42 New Hampshire 45
17 Georgia 633 43 Tennessee 24
18 Maine 621 44 Alaska 0
19 Iowa 603 45 Florida 0
20 New Jersey 599 46 Nevada 0
21 Idaho 588 47 South Dakota 0
22 Kansas 583 48 Texas 0
23 Nebraska 566 49 Washington 0
24 Kentucky 564 50 Wyoming 0
25 Missouri 562 U.S. total 543
26 Ohio 549 N.Y.S. % of U.S. total 216.2%
Source: Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
The concentration of bank assets held in New York far exceeds
the state's share of U.S. population or overall economic activity.

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