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Old Posted Sep 12, 2019, 6:52 PM
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IRS Data: Federal Income Tax Liability 2016 Metro Areas(MSA) Pop 1M+

This is their latest data available.

I extracted the dollar amount from the IRS data and then divided that by the census population estimates for 2016 to determine the per capita.

Federal Income Tax Liability 2016
Metro Areas(MSA) Population 1 Million+:

$161,313,662,000 New York
$77,609,311,000 Los Angeles
$57,243,948,000 Chicago
$53,463,090,000 San Francisco
$45,981,145,000 Washington
$43,757,354,000 Boston
$39,674,056,000 Dallas
$36,043,868,000 Philadelphia
$32,251,445,000 Houston
$32,173,809,000 Miami

$30,214,056,000 Seattle
$27,425,036,000 San Jose
$26,702,338,000 Atlanta
$21,742,639,000 Minneapolis
$20,911,574,000 Detroit
$18,706,586,000 Phoenix
$17,738,825,000 Denver
$17,274,830,000 San Diego
$15,075,018,000 Baltimore
$13,774,093,000 St Louis

$13,045,288,000 Austin
$12,612,801,000 Portland
$12,407,551,000 Tampa
$11,889,885,000 Charlotte
$11,287,712,000 Riverside
$11,142,458,000 Pittsburgh
$10,315,378,000 Cincinnati
$10,148,299,000 Nashville
$9,945,827,000 Kansas City
$9,742,810,000 Sacramento

$9,737,808,000 Las Vegas
$9,169,658,000 Cleveland
$9,030,789,000 Indianapolis
$8,941,061,000 Columbus
$8,932,235,000 San Antonio
$8,784,076,000 Orlando
$7,861,590,000 Milwaukee
$7,041,662,000 Providence
$6,919,933,000 Hartford
$6,866,863,000 Raleigh

$6,376,000,000 Jacksonville
$5,931,120,000 Richmond
$5,875,843,000 Virginia Beach
$5,143,255,000 Oklahoma City
$5,123,845,000 New Orleans
$5,071,356,000 Louisville
$4,923,651,000 Memphis
$4,794,502,000 Salt Lake City
$4,712,827,000 Birmingham
$4,473,567,000 Grand Rapids

$4,246,395,000 Buffalo
$4,052,373,000 Rochester
$3,090,330,000 Tucson

Per Capita Federal Income Tax Liability 2016:
$13,865 San Jose
$11,426 San Francisco
$9,127 Boston
$8,004 New York
$7,955 Seattle
$7,500 Washington DC
$6,344 Austin
$6,217 Denver
$6,122 Minneapolis
$6,017 Chicago
$5,937 Philadelphia
$5,830 Los Angeles
$5,734 Hartford
$5,485 Dallas
$5,441 Nashville
$5,387 Baltimore
$5,303 Miami
$5,273 Raleigh
$5,207 San Diego
$5,202 Portland
$5,000 Milwaukee
$4,907 St Louis
$4,866 Detroit
$4,805 Charlotte
$4,764 Cincinnati
$4,762 Houston
$4,757 Pittsburgh
$4,726 Kansas City
$4,629 Richmond
$4,612 Atlanta
$4,518 Las Vegas
$4,505 Indianapolis
$4,461 Cleveland
$4,380 Columbus
$4,313 Jacksonville
$4,290 Providence
$4,272 Grand Rapids
$4,243 Sacramento
$4,108 Birmingham
$4,092 Tampa
$4,042 Salt Lake City
$4,040 New Orleans
$4,013 Phoenix
$3,952 Louisville
$3,829 Oklahoma City
$3,758 Rochester
$3,750 Buffalo
$3,677 San Antonio
$3,675 Memphis
$3,598 Orlando
$3,403 Virginia Beach
$3,041 Tucson
$2,493 Riverside

Source: IRS SOI Data
https://www.irs.gov/statistics/soi-t...unty-data-2016

*There is a glossary, and if you actually open the spread sheet, this statistic is on column E1
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Would Bridgeport MSA have the highest income tax liability?
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Would Bridgeport MSA have the highest income tax liability?
Probably, gimme a sec...

Bridgeport MSA
Total Liability: $15,227,839,000
Population: 944,177
Per Capita Liability: $16,128

Yes, Bridgeport has a higher per capita federal tax liability than any metro with 1M+ population

Dunno if that's the highest overall tho...
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Dimond, could you bring some MSAs together, such as Los Angeles-Riverside, San Francisco-San Jose, New York-Bridgeport? The list would be more realistic, as they are de facto a single metro area.
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It would be interesting to see how the metro tax liability rankings stack up against metro GDP rankings.
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Damn, those numbers look really low. Isn't the median salary in places like San Jose over $100,000? It seems low to only be paying $13,000 in federal incomes taxes.
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Damn, those numbers look really low. Isn't the median salary in places like San Jose over $100,000? It seems low to only be paying $13,000 in federal incomes taxes.
Might be partly a question of per household vs per capita.
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Damn, those numbers look really low. Isn't the median salary in places like San Jose over $100,000? It seems low to only be paying $13,000 in federal incomes taxes.
Household income, not individual salary. And you don't pay federal taxes on your actual salary (or income), you pay based on your adjusted gross income.
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