Tax Day was moved to July 15 this year to accommodate filers impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. For many, this meant calculating how much money they owed the Internal Revenue Service.
According to a new study from financial technology company SmartAsset, in New Jersey Monmouth County residents owed the most in taxes, with 75,390 taxpayers owing an average of $9,159 in tax dollars.
The study compares counties that owe the most in taxes by dividing the total taxes owed in each county by the number of filers that still owe taxes.
Somerset County has the second-highest amount of taxpayers that owed money with 41,950 residents paying an average of $8,905, according to the study.
See the state’s top 10 ranking counties, below:
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