2014 Rhode Island Average Federal Income Taxes Paid

The average taxpayer in Rhode Island paid $10,978 in federal income taxes in 2014. That's $2,014 less than the national average. See where that money went.

Rhode Island
Military $2,961.71
* Includes $641.45 for Military Personnel
* Includes $75.01 for Nuclear Weapons
Health $2,907.44
* Includes $1,298.51 for Medicaid
* Includes $40.12 for Children's Health Insurance Program
Interest on Debt $1,680.22
Unemployment and Labor $925.68
* Includes $70.06 for Temporary Assistance for Needy Families
* Includes $25.52 for Job Training and Employment Programs
Veterans Benefits $638.97
* Includes $277.19 for Payments for disability, death, etc.
* Includes $249.49 for Veterans Health Administration
Food and Agriculture $543.70
* Includes $328.37 for SNAP (food stamps)
* Includes $35.71 for Federal Crop Insurance
Government $372.23
* Includes $51.57 for U.S. Customs and Border Protection
* Includes $29.09 for Federal Prison System
Education $277.65
* Includes $142.90 for Pell Grants, Work Study, and other Student Aid
* Includes $54.29 for Special Education
Transportation $204.67
* Includes $23.22 for Transportation Security Administration (TSA)
* Includes $12.38 for Federal Aviation Administration
Energy and Environment $172.08
* Includes $12.29 for National Park Service
* Includes $8.88 for Energy efficiency and renewable energy
International Affairs $165.07
* Includes $36.02 for Diplomatic and consular programs
* Includes $35.71 for Global Health Programs
Science $123.00
* Includes $71.32 for NASA
* Includes $30.10 for National Science Foundation
Housing and Community $5.59

TOTAL $10,978
US AVERAGE $12,992

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Numbers may not add up due to rounding
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