5. Rhode Island

Top 10 States With the Highest TaxesThe Ocean State is slightly higher than New York, with an average percentage that’s 25.77 percent more than the national average. Taxpayers pay an average of $7,255, thanks to the worst vehicle property tax rate in the nation, high real estate taxes and about average income and sales taxes. 

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