Tobacco State Excise Tax and Tobacco Settlement Agreement Payment Reports
Each year, state governments receive significant revenues from the state excise taxes they impose on the sale of tobacco products and from tobacco settlement agreement payments. For most states, much of these revenues are dedicated to important state programs such as Medicaid, services for the elderly, education, and tobacco control.
Use the drop-down menu below to generate state specific reports displaying how each state dedicated (or “earmarked”) the Tobacco State Excise Tax (SET) revenues or the Tobacco Settlement Agreement (TSA) payment revenues they received in Fiscal Year 2021. (Note: Forty-six states plus the District of Columbia and a number of U.S. territories signed on to the Master Settlement Agreement (MSA), while four states, including Florida, Minnesota, Mississippi and Texas, agreed to separate settlements prior to the MSA.)
Additionally, selecting “Combined Revenue” will generate a state report with a summary page showing the combined SET and TSA dedicated revenues and the detailed pages from both reports.
The reports will open in a separate window. Step-by-step instructions to create a report are at the bottom of this page.
Step-by-step instructions to create an infographic with a data table report:
- Under the blue bar with the “States” heading, click on the down arrow and select the state for which a report will be generated.
- Then, click the circle in front of “Excise Tax Revenue,” “Tobacco Settlement (MSA Revenue),” or “Combined Revenue” to generate a report with the specific data table report you want to create.
- Click the “View” button and the selected report will be created and displayed in a separate browser window. The report can be downloaded, saved or printed.