LOS ANGELES, Feb. 21, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- GOBankingRates examined all 50 U.S. states plus Washington, D.C., to find just how much Americans can expect to take home per paycheck based on a $50,000 salary and $100,000 salary.
For more details on the study, including insights by region, visit: https://www.gobankingrates.com/personal-finance/much-money-gets-taken-out-paychecks-state/
Those earning $50,000 receive a bi-weekly paycheck of $1,923.08 before taxes; those with a salary of $100,000 receive $3,846.15.
The states that take the most out of your paycheck are…
If you're earning $50,000 annually:
- Hawaii ($542.24)
- Oregon ($538.05)
- Idaho ($528.93)
- South Carolina ($524.95)
- Minnesota ($515.93)
If you're earning $100,000 annually:
- Oregon ($1,340.95)
- California ($1,335.66)
- Hawaii ($1,324.69)
- Idaho ($1,301.83)
- Washington, D.C. ($1,297.83)
The states that take the least out of your paycheck — Alaska, Florida, Nevada, New Hampshire, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Washington and Wyoming — all have one thing in common: no state income tax.
With the exception of Alaska, these states take out just $402.93 per paycheck for residents making $50,000 annually. Residents making $100,000 will get $1,032.83 deducted.
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Ali Branch, Media Relations
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