If you choose to move to Iowa, you can count on paying quite a lot of money in taxes. This state, in particular, has very high income taxes. Though the lowest earning tax bracket pays only 0.36%, if you are a high earner, you may pay as much as 8.98%. This is much higher than other states in the geographic middle of America. Additionally, businesses can expect particularly large tax fees. Corporate income tax in Iowa starts at 6% and goes as high as 12%. Such a rate is the highest out of any state for this type of tax. Sales tax here is comparable to other states on this list, at 6%. The property tax that residents pay is high, but not as expensive as in other states. The per capita cost of property tax is $1,515.