Overall Rating for Middle-Class Families: Least tax-friendly
Kansas residents face a 6.5 percent levy. They could also see an additional 4 percent due to localities. According to the Tax Foundation, the average combine rate here is 8.69 percent, sitting right next to California. The same rates apply to prescription drugs, footwear, clothing, groceries, and motor vehicles, too.
The highest income tax rate is 5.7 percent applied on more than $30,000 of taxable income when it comes to single filers and over $60,000 for joint filers. The lowest rate is 3.1 percent applied on a range between $2,501 and $15,000 of taxable income for those who file individually and $5,001 and $30,000 for married joint filers.
The median property tax rate in Kansas is $1,369 per $100,000 of assessed home value.