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State taxes: Alabama-Georgia
Alabama-Georgia | Hawaii-Maryland | Massachusetts-New Jersey | New Mexico-South Carolina | South Dakota-Washington, D.C.

State
Income
tax rates
%
Income brackets
$
Personal exemption
$
State sales tax*
Low
High
No.
Low
High
Single
Married Child

NOTE: This is an overview of state taxes.
Income bracket ranges generally are for single taxpayers.
tc = tax credit
*In some states, local sales taxes are levied on top of the state rate, making the combined rate in those jurisdictions more than what is shown in this table. The table amount is the official state rate only.
See each state's page for details.

Alabama 2.0 5.0 3 500 3,000 1,500 3,000 300 4
Alaska No state income tax None
Arizona 2.87 5.04 5 10,000 150,000 2,100 4,200 2,300 5.6
Arkansas 1.0 7.0 6 3,499 29,200 21
tc
42
tc
21
tc
6
California 1.0 9.3 6 6,319 39,133 80
tc
160
tc
251
tc
7.25
Colorado 4.63 Same 1 Flat rate None 2.9
Connecticut 3.0 5.0 2 10,000 10,000 12,750 24,000 0 6
Delaware 2.2 5.95 6 5,000 60,000 110
tc
220
tc
110
tc
None
Florida No state income tax 6
Georgia 1.0 6.0 6 750 7,000 2,700 5,400 2,700 4

 

--Updated Feb. 8, 2006

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