When it comes to paying taxes in the United States, the worst place to live is New York.

A recent study by the personal finance website WalletHub.com says that people in the Empire State lay out about $9,700 a year in taxes.

The best place to live is Wyoming, with residents pay on average about $2,300 annually in state and local taxes.

That's 66% below the national average.

Alaska has the second lowest taxes with Nevada, Florida and South Dakota rounding out the top five.

In addition, the study found that red states impose lower taxes than blue states.

The study ranked the 50 states and the District of Columbia.