(WABI) – That’s according to a study on the topic by the tax foundation.
New Hampshire is the second friendliest state in the nation for taxes. Folks who live there, on average, shell out about 8% of their income for state and local taxes.
Alaska’s the friendliest state for taxes. The state actually pays its residents dividends from oil revenue.
Vermont is the least tax friendly state, followed closely by Maine.
Residents of both states pay about 14% of their incomes for state and local taxes.
Nationally, the average is 11%.