Oklahoma has the second earliest Tax Freedom Day
Tax Freedom Day is the day that represents when taxpayers in the state have collectively earned enough money to pay their federal, state, and local tax bill for the year. In other words, the earlier a state’s Tax Freedom Day happens, the better of a sign it is. According to the Tax Foundation, Oklahoma has the second earliest Tax Freedom Day of all the states (only behind Alaska), March 30.
You can learn more about this fantastic accolade and the methodology used in it on the Tax Foundation’s website.