(USA TODAY) -- Although a little late this year, due largely to the federal government's 17-day shutdown in 2013, tax season is here. And, according to a new report, what you owe in taxes could be largely determined by where you live.
The report, released by the Office of Revenue Analysis of the government of the District of Columbia, reviewed the estimated property, sales, auto and income taxes for a hypothetical family at various income levels in 2012 in the largest city within each state. City tax burdens vary widely. A family of three earning $75,000 in Cheyenne, Wyo., paid just $3,475, or 4.6% of its income, in state and local taxes. In Bridgeport, Conn., a family of three earning $75,000 paid $16,333, or 21.8% of its income - a total that does not even include federal taxes.