Payroll Tax Cut and the Middle Class
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State Payroll Tax Cut per Family* # of Businesses Impacted** # of Individuals Impacted (millions)*** # of Millionaire Taxpayers Impacted**** Average Adjusted Gross Income for Millionaires****
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Alabama$1,24080,0002.31,606$4,252,000
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Alaska$1,92020,0000.4680$2,050,000
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Arizona$1,430110,0002.93,173$3,500,000
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Arkansas$1,15050,0001.51,046$3,595,000
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California$1,740710,00016.728,500$4,627,000
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Colorado$1,740130,0002.58,745$2,198,000
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Connecticut$2,02070,000219,630$2,143,000
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Delaware$1,61020,0000.51,259$2,267,000
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District of Columbia$1,64020,0000.42,590$2,155,000
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Florida$1,430410,000915,846$4,543,000
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Georgia$1,330180,0004.64,791$3,420,000
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Hawaii$1,74030,0000.7714$3,050,000
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Idaho$1,46040,0000.8646$3,460,000
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Illinois$1,640260,0006.510,296$4,353,000
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Indiana$1,360110,0003.62,173$3,501,000
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Iowa$1,58060,0001.73,448$1,693,000
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Kansas$1,40060,0001.61,328$3,992,000
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Kentucky$1,33070,0002.21,345$3,487,000
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Louisiana$1,40080,0002.15,222$2,013,000
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Maine$1,49030,0000.8375$3,570,000
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Maryland$1,980110,0003.29,997$2,256,000
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Massachusetts$1,830140,0003.517,807$2,227,000
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Michigan$1,430180,0005.15,441$3,234,000
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Minnesota$1,740120,0003.13,014$4,237,000
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Mississippi$1,09050,0001.4891$2,663,000
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Missouri$1,520120,0003.13,992$2,899,000
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Montana$1,24030,0000.6341$3,832,000
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Nebraska$1,55040,0001.11,053$3,465,000
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Nevada$1,58050,0001.22,672$4,450,000
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New Hampshire$1,98030,0000.81,045$3,464,000
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New Jersey$2,020200,0004.710,420$3,888,000
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New Mexico$1,36040,0000.91,191$2,169,000
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New York$1,550440,00010.168,103$2,427,000
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North Carolina$1,300170,0004.73,455$3,801,000
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North Dakota$1,55020,0000.4579$2,280,000
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Ohio$1,430200,0005.84,869$3,583,000
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Oklahoma$1,43070,0001.94,379$2,283,000
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Oregon$1,52090,0001.91,967$2,963,000
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Pennsylvania$1,490230,0006.77,353$3,986,000
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Rhode Island$1,61020,0000.6504$3,431,000
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South Carolina$1,27080,0002.23,673$1,873,000
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South Dakota$1,43020,0000.5771$2,566,000
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Tennessee$1,270100,0003.22,465$4,076,000
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Texas$1,460390,00011.451,281$2,161,000
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Utah$1,80060,0001.31,519$3,545,000
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Vermont$1,61020,0000.4214$3,863,000
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Virginia $1,890150,0004.310,873$2,329,000
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Washington$1,860150,0003.58,237$2,645,000
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West Virginia$1,24030,0000.9585$2,477,000
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Wisconsin$1,580110,0003.22,356$4,224,000
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Wyoming $1,61020,0000.31,073$3,425,000
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Total6,020,000154.8345,533
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* White House, http://www.whitehouse.gov/economy/jobsact/state-map
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** American Jobs Act State-by-State, http://www.americanjobsact.com/see-how-it-helps-you.html
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*** U.S. Department of Treasury, 11/30/11, http://www.treasury.gov/resource-center/tax-policy/Documents/Payroll_Tax_Cuts_for_Working_Americans%20FINAL.PDF
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**** Citizens for Tax Justice, 11/29/11, http://www.ctj.org/pdf/surcharge.pdf
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