For some reason at this time of the year it sure doesn't feel like South Dakota is in the Top 10 States that pay the lowest taxes.

WalletHub recently analyzed how state and local tax rates compare to the national median in all 50 states as well as the District of Columbia.

From USA TODAY here are the Top 10 states with the Lowest Taxes:

10. Colorado
Average annual state and local taxes: $5,674
Difference from national average: -18%
Adjusted rank by cost of living: 14

9. North Dakota
Average annual state and local taxes: $5,588
Difference from national average: -20%
Adjusted rank by cost of living: 13

8. Delaware
Average annual state and local taxes: $5,195
Difference from national average: -25%
Adjusted rank by cost of living: 12

7. Texas
Average annual state and local taxes: $5,193
Difference from national average: -25%
Adjusted rank by cost of living: 7

6. Washington
Average annual state and local taxes: $3,823
Difference from national average: -45%
Adjusted rank by cost of living: 6

5. South Dakota
Average annual state and local taxes: $3,766
Difference from national average: -46%
Adjusted rank by cost of living: 5

4. Florida
Average annual state and local taxes: $3,648
Difference from national average: -48%
Adjusted rank by cost of living: 3

3. Nevada
Average annual state and local taxes: $3,370
Difference from national average: -52%
Adjusted rank by cost of living: 2

2. Alaska
Average annual state and local taxes: $2,791
Difference from national average: -60%
Adjusted rank by cost of living: 4

1. Wyoming
Average annual state and local taxes: $2,365
Difference from national average: -66%
Adjusted rank by cost of living: 1

So now do you feel better about what you pay in taxes?