Kansas historically has lost Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) due to migration in and out of the state, IRS migrationrecording net gains only in four of the last twenty-two years, but IRS migration data shows encouraging improvement.  Net AGI out-migration grew worse each year between 2009 and 2012 but the losses declined in 2013 and 2014.

Movement between Kansas and Missouri is dramatically different since Kansas reduced income taxes in 2012.  A record-setting $635 million flowed into Kansas from Missouri in 2013, and another $487 million followed in 2014.

KS Missouri IRS migration

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