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What you actually take home from a $200,000 salary in each state

GOBankingRates Logo By John Csiszar of GOBankingRates | Slide 1 of 51: If you earn a $200,000 salary, you’re in the top 10 percent of earners in the United States. Of course, all of that won’t show up in your bank account. Taxes will take a big bite out of your take-home pay. Since state income taxes can vary wildly depending on where you live, the amount of that $200,000 you get to actually put in your pocket changes from state to state.
 GOBankingRates used data from the Tax Foundation and calculations using SmartAsset’s paycheck calculator to see which states offered the highest take-home pay rates. Some states take out bigger chunks than others, so it’s important to know exactly how much take-home pay you can expect in every state if you’re taking home $200,000.

What you actually take home from a $200,000 salary in each state

If you earn a $200,000 salary, you’re in the top 10 percent of earners in the United States. Of course, all of that won’t show up in your bank account. Taxes will take a big bite out of your take-home pay. Since state income taxes can vary wildly depending on where you live, the amount of that $200,000 you get to actually put in your pocket changes from state to state.

GOBankingRates used data from the Tax Foundation and calculations using SmartAsset’s paycheck calculator to see which states offered the highest take-home pay rates. Some states take out bigger chunks than others, so it’s important to know exactly how much take-home pay you can expect in every state if you’re taking home $200,000. Click or swipe through to see the full list.

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