What states' residents pay the highest taxes?

April 5, 2015 1:01 PM

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You may have already sent off your 2014 paperwork to the IRS, enclosed a check or requested a refund, and crossed taxes off your to-do list for the year. But you're not done yet.

You'll still have to work until April 24 to earn enough money, on average, to pay what you owe Uncle Sam this year. That's another day longer than last year, according to the Tax Foundation, a tax-policy research group that calculates what it calls "Tax Freedom Day" annually.

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