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SOI Tax Stats - County Data - 2014

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County Data - 2014

Data files are available for download in Comma Separated Values files (.csv file extension) - Data items are separated by commas, where each new line represents a new row, and by Excel files by State (.xls file extension).


Documentation

County Income Data Users Guide and Record Layouts (Word document)


County Data

.csv Files
2014 (all States, includes AGI)   2014 (all States, does not include AGI)

Gross County File
2014

Zip File (contains the Documentation, the .csv files, and all State files in Excel format)
2014


County Data by Individual State

Washington Oregon California Montana Idaho Nevada Utah Arizona Colorado Wyoming New Mexico Texas Hawaii Alaska Oklahoma Kansas Nebraska South Dakota North Dakota Minnesota Iowa Wisconsin Illinois Missouri Arkansas Louisiana Michigan Indiana Ohio Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Alabama Florida Georgia South Carolina North Carolina Virginia West Virginia Pennsylvania Maryland Washington, D.C. Delaware New Jersey New York Connecticut Rhode Island Massachusetts Maine Vermont New Hampshire

Alabama Kentucky North Dakota
Alaska Louisiana Ohio
Arizona Maine Oklahoma
Arkansas Maryland Oregon
California Massachusetts Pennsylvania
Colorado Michigan Rhode Island
Connecticut Minnesota South Carolina
Delaware Mississippi South Dakota
District of Columbia Missouri Tennessee
Florida Montana Texas
Georgia Nebraska Utah
Hawaii Nevada Vermont
Idaho New Hampshire Virginia
Illinois New Jersey Washington
Indiana New Mexico West Virginia
Iowa New York Wisconsin
Kansas North Carolina Wyoming

Data by Metropolitan and Micropolitan Statistical Areas

Metropolitan and Micropolitan (metro and micro) statistical area data show selected income and tax items, based on SOI’s county data, classified by metro and micro areas and size of adjusted gross income. Metro and micro areas, otherwise known as Core Based Statistical Areas (CBSA), are geographic entities delineated by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) for use by Federal statistical agencies. A metro area contains a core urban population of 50,000 or more, and a micro area contains an urban core population of at least 10,000 (but less than 50,000). Metro and micro areas may consist of one or more counties based on a region’s core urban area, or one or more counties that have a high degree of social and economic interactions, such as commuting patterns, wholesaling, commodity distribution, and recreational activities.

Metro and micro area data are only available for download as a Comma Separated Values file (.csv file extension)—Data items are separated by commas, where each new line represents a new row. Details on the selected income and tax items can be found in the County Income Data Users Guide and Record Layout.

2014

 

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