Over the past several decades, states have generally become more reliant on individual income taxes and less dependent on corporate income taxes. In nearly all states, net corporate income revenues now account for less than 5 percent of total state revenues.
Select a state and time range below to view income tax revenue totals dating back to 1980. Figures were reported by the Census Bureau and adjusted for inflation. Alaska, Florida, Nevada, South Carolina, Texas, Washington and Wyoming do not collect an individual income tax; others do not impose taxes on corporate income.
States often adopt the same tax policies as the feds, but should they?
View state revenue generated by alcohol, tobacco and gambling tax collections.
State cigarette tax rates range from 17 cents per pack in Missouri to $4.35 in New York.
Review inflation-adjusted fuel tax revenues for each state.
View annual tax collection data by state showing how the tax burden has shifted over time