Unsurprisingly, California, which shells out more than $11 billion, leads the nation in money lost to tax havens, followed by Texas and New York, with each bearing an $8 billion burden. Missouri clocks in at $1.7 billion. For whatever reason, Vermont came out best, losing $136 million. Click here for a state-by-state breakdown.
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