Source: New York State Department of Taxation
Tax day is tomorrow, wrapping up an annual tradition where citizens across the country rectify how much income tax the federal government, and their homes states, should have gotten over the course of the past year. Some owe money. For others, bring on the refunds. But in the end, the government is getting what its owed.
But how much, exactly, is the State of New York getting each year?
The above chart plots the total amount of personal income tax collected by the state each fiscal year ending on March 31 going back to 2003.
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If you are on mobile and cannot see the chart, here is the breakdown:
March 31, 2013 - $40,226,714,989.00
March 31, 2012 - $38,767,826,942.00
March 31, 2011 - $36,209,215,560.00
March 31, 2010 - $34,751,381,665.00
March 31, 2009 - $36,840,019,400.00
March 31, 2008 - $36,563,948,528.00
March 31, 2007 - $34,579,992,110.00
March 31, 2006 - $30,812,925,119.00
March 31, 2005 - $28,100,047,032.00
March 31, 2004 - $24,647,225,527.00
March 31, 2003 - $22,648,364,295.00