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Just the Facts 1999-2000

Table 20
State Corporate Income Taxes Per Capita, 1997
Rank State Amt.   Rank State Amt.
1 Alaska $544 27 Tennessee $89
2 Delaware 236 28 Louisiana 87
3 Michigan 228 29 Utah 86
4 Massachusetts 198 30 Florida 84
5 California 180 31 Nebraska 83
6 New Hampshire 178 32 Mississippi 83
7 NEW YORK 168 33 Maine 78
8 Connecticut 162 34 Iowa 78
9 New Jersey 157 35 Vermont 77
10 Indiana 154 36 Missouri 76
11 Illinois 152 37 Kentucky 75
12 Minnesota 149 38 Maryland 67
13 West Virginia 138 39 Oklahoma 67
14 Arizona 132 40 Ohio 66
15 Pennsylvania 131 41 South Carolina 64
16 Wisconsin 124 42 Virginia 63
17 Oregon 118 43 Colorado 58
18 North Dakota 117 44 Hawaii 57
19 North Carolina 117 45 Alabama 52
20 Idaho 114 46 South Dakota 50
21 Kansas 112 47 Nevada 0
22 Montana 101 48 Texas 0
23 New Mexico 100 49 Washington 0
24 Georgia 97 50 Wyoming 0
25 Arkansas 91 U.S. avg. $114
26 Rhode Island 90 N.Y.S. % above avg. 147.4%
Source: U.S. Census Bureau
As a result of 1998 legislation, New York's corporate tax rate will drop
from 9% to 7.5% for corporations other than banks and insurers.

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