- Wisconsin is a Sinkhole State and has the 30th worst per Taxpayer Burden
- Wisconsin has only $13 billion to pay the state's bills totaling $22 billion
- To fill its $8 billion financial hole, each taxpayer would have to send $4,400 to the state
- The Wisconsin financial statements clearly report $469 million of retirement liabilities, but in reality the state has more than $1 billion of unfunded retirement promises
- The Wisconsin Taxpayer Burden is 10% of an average citizen's personal income of $43,149
- Outbound moves from Wisconsin were 54%, the 18th highest of all the states, which usually means more people are moving out of the state
For a comprehensive look into the state's financial position, read the Wisconsin Financial State of the State
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