2nd-quarter state tax collections in Michigan reach $7.4 billion, Census Bureau reports


State tax revenues in Michigan amount to $7.4 billion in the second quarter of 2019, the 13th highest tally among the 50 states and the District of Columbia, according to newly released data from the U.S. Census Bureau.

The Census Bureau reported that property tax revenues in the state totaled $75.3 million; general sales and gross receipts taxes, $2.2 billion; license fees, $511 million; and individual income taxes, $3.4 billion.

The numbers do not include taxes levied by local governments, which in some cases determine property tax levels, according to the agency.

Under the Census Bureau’s definitions, the phrase “state government” means the executive, legislative and judicial branches, as well as agencies, panels and public bodies that are somewhat autonomous from the state.

Nationwide, state tax collections rose 8.3 percent during the second quarter of the year when compared to the same period in 2018, the Census Bureau reported. State revenues totaled $331.6 billion in April, May and June of 2019, compared to $306.1  in Q2 of 2018, according to the analysis.

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2019 Q2 State Government Tax Collections

RankStateProperty Taxes (in Thousands of $)General Sales and Gross Receipts Taxes (in Thousands of $)License Taxes (in Thousands of $)Individual Income Taxes (in Thousands of $)Other Taxes (in Thousands of $)Total Taxes (in Thousands of $)
1California$731,398$9,012,966$2,856,553$37,548,224$25,687$63,388,453
2New YorkN/A$3,953,042$507,585$16,909,868$865,009$26,404,058
3TexasN/A$12,682,628$958,934N/A$1,508,792$18,319,758
4New Jersey$0$4,390,575$553,844$6,162,931$336,885$14,398,495
5Illinois$16,767$3,036,059$771,496$5,355,689$114,381$12,569,852
6Florida$0$8,146,464$406,223N/A$118,470$12,326,638
7Pennsylvania$34,865$3,057,338$616,207$4,528,708$470,195$11,702,613
8Massachusetts-$2$1,775,074$361,387$6,087,528$240,604$9,998,757
9Minnesota$436,726$1,820,838$424,797$4,397,337$140,945$9,167,151
10North CarolinaN/A$2,233,283$717,856$4,263,780$22,213$9,082,842
11OhioN/A$3,339,274$614,851$2,942,492$16,965$8,593,505
12Maryland$44,910$1,697,842$279,127$3,876,736$198,221$8,350,269
13Michigan$75,288$2,196,149$511,180$3,380,597$84,022$7,364,150
14Washington$788,127$4,119,469$713,350N/A$337,453$7,285,923
15Virginia$33,065$1,306,478$224,614$4,229,471$137,227$7,273,654
16Wisconsin$46,347$1,998,711$416,679$3,219,277$41,713$7,093,275
17Indiana$2,654$2,018,800$241,311$2,958,767$553$6,887,357
18Georgia$214,990$1,610,545$121,472$3,514,886$48,939$6,740,000
19ConnecticutN/A$1,100,041$109,869$2,774,624$121,117$5,595,490
20TennesseeN/A$2,435,638$842,852$179,600$83,955$5,124,435
21Arizona$116,938$1,879,121$174,037$1,601,726$6,694$4,783,827
22ColoradoN/A$837,680$184,319$2,783,145$78,204$4,723,449
23Oregon$3,940N/A$360,452$3,115,506$70,395$4,335,639
24Nevada$119,240$2,384,661$182,767N/A$559,949$4,082,157
25Missouri$2,289$940,060$163,280$2,257,029$794$4,053,785
26Louisiana$6,684$997,798$155,287$1,132,574$130,853$3,506,750
27South Carolina$7,906$938,413$82,477$1,610,986$135,159$3,500,498
28Kentucky$72,697$1,045,957$120,282$1,355,140$45,839$3,468,912
29Kansas$282,125$858,503$122,419$1,488,085$12,901$3,300,678
30Alabama$16,240$851,144$168,067$1,231,524$25,275$3,126,731
31OklahomaN/A$768,390$230,481$1,146,866$287,329$3,113,479
32Arkansas$411,450$900,448$121,483$960,280$33,413$3,068,456
33UtahN/A$654,378$74,861$1,664,660$13,765$2,992,826
34Iowa$967$868,749$259,457$1,008,188$22,450$2,838,347
35Mississippi$5,744$1,079,910$162,076$670,075$12,710$2,638,486
36HawaiiN/A$962,747$80,161$887,603$30,530$2,385,365
37New Mexico$53,648$760,321$132,023$471,298$412,157$2,183,038
38Washington, D.C.328,363$427,451$106,178$750,879$121,855$2,165,389
39Nebraska$41$501,249$46,068$887,683$4,492$1,779,967
40West Virginia$1,040$368,608$58,531$689,916$144,778$1,720,673
41Vermont$1,016,482$99,640$34,385$316,670$12,315$1,705,282
42IdahoN/A$482,190$115,888$715,552$1,144$1,609,326
43DelawareN/AN/A$684,837$552,447$44,420$1,606,572
44Maine$939$385,447$78,230$586,920$18,549$1,401,480
45North Dakota$580$246,538$66,148$149,887$686,589$1,335,949
46Rhode Island$1,489$287,687$45,555$453,193$56,357$1,112,857
47Montana$119,262N/A$95,285$494,197$48,319$1,010,294
48Wyoming$96,158$180,950$56,712N/A$403,446$776,817
49New Hampshire$17,897N/A$153,335$69,460$29,500$757,860
50Alaska$94,790N/A$39,696$0$116,163$486,241
51South DakotaN/A$270,878$65,539N/A$1,132$477,280
Source: U.S. Census Bureau (corporate income taxes not included)

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