by Donna Martinez
Former Senior Writer and Editor, John Locke Foundation
As North Carolinians rushed to meet this week’s tax filing deadline, no doubt many wondered where their money is going. We decided to make it easy to understand how their hard-earned money is being spent. John Locke Foundation Senior Fellow Joe Coletti tells us North Carolinians pay an average of $2,500 in personal income tax. The numbers in the graphic are based on $2,500.
For even more information on where North Carolina gets its money, and how it’s spent, be sure to check out our Budget in Pictures.