NH ranked 17th in income, while Maine, Vermont at bottom of list

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With the median yearly income in the U.S. around $74,600, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its report on the States Where People Have the Highest Income to get a feel for how well-off Americans are across the country.

WalletHub compared the 50 states and the District of Columbia across three key metrics: the average annual income of the top 5%, the average for the bottom 20%, and the median for all of each state's residents.

Highest Incomes Lowest Incomes
1. Virginia 42. Kentucky
2. New Jersey 43. Alaska
3. New York 44. Alabama
4. Connecticut 45. Rhode Island
5. Washington 46. Louisiana
6. Utah 47. Vermont
7. Illinois 48. Maine
8. Minnesota 49. Mississippi
9. Colorado 50. New Mexico
10. Massachusetts 51. West Virginia

For the full report and to see where your state ranks, please visit:

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