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Michigan taxpayers pay more in state and local taxes than 35 other states.
That's according to a new study by the folks at WalletHub.com.
The average for all 50 states and Washington D.C. adds up to just under $7,000.
Wyoming has the lowest rate in the nation. Residents there pay $2,365.
New York has the highest rate in the nation. Residents there pay $9,718.
Michigan is near the middle of the pack. Residents here pay $7,867 - putting the Great Lakes state in 36th place (with 1st place being the lowest and 51st being the highest.
The study included taxes on real estate, income, sales tax, fuel, and alcohol, among other factors.
You can see the study for yourself and check out the rankings here.
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