As this year’s tax-filing deadline, April 15, comes closer, it’s fair to wonder which states give their taxpayers more of a break. WalletHub searched for answers by comparing state and local tax rates in the 50 states and the District of Columbia against national medians. Rhode Island ranks as the 8th most heavily taxed state in America.
Wisconsin, Kansas, Nebraska, New York, Pennsylvania, Connecticut and Illinois all rank behind Rhode Island as the most taxes states in the country.
Massachusetts ranked #26.