Which state has the highest state taxes?

The highest state tax in the nation is Idaho, according to a new report by the Tax Foundation.

According to the latest Tax Foundation study, Idaho ranks sixth among the 10 states with the highest rate of state income taxes, with a 10.3 percent statewide rate.

Idaho ranks second with a 9.3 state income tax rate.

The highest tax rate in the state is Hawaii, at 9.8 percent, followed by Texas (9.8), Arizona (9), Florida (9) and North Carolina (9).

States with the second-highest state tax rates: Alabama (9%), Arkansas (8%), Georgia (8%) and Kentucky (8%).

States with the lowest state tax rate: Delaware (3%), Mississippi (3%) and Montana (3%).

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