Revenue agent earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Revenue agent salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $87,060
Alabama $53,590
Arkansas $54,150
Arizona $73,720
California $60,850
Colorado $58,470
Connecticut $84,420
Delaware $56,010
Florida $34,000
Georgia $46,550
Hawaii $70,611
Iowa $67,060
Idaho $46,570
Illinois $77,970
Indiana $44,480
Kansas $76,849
Kentucky $47,010
Louisiana $43,900
Massachusetts $64,780
Maryland $52,760
Maine $49,690
Michigan $71,460
Minnesota $61,200
Missouri $43,690
Mississippi $35,330
Montana $53,860
North Carolina $55,740
North Dakota $63,260
Nebraska $54,940
New Hampshire $50,150
New Jersey $72,410
New Mexico $37,130
Nevada $60,470
New York $64,610
Ohio $62,420
Oklahoma $36,160
Oregon $48,950
Pennsylvania $48,360
Puerto Rico $18,840
Rhode Island $71,300
South Carolina $48,700
South Dakota $48,570
Tennessee $55,950
Texas $48,830
Utah $48,390
Virginia $47,440
Vermont $53,780
Washington $62,070
Wisconsin $55,240
West Virginia $41,370
Wyoming $52,780

How do revenue agent salaries compare to similar careers?

Revenue agents earn 9% less than similar careers in Georgia. On average, they make less than budget analysts but more than tax preparers.

Career Median Salary
Budget analyst salary $68K
Credit analyst salary $64K
Operations research analyst salary $63K
Cost estimator salary $62K
Credit counselor salary $43K
Revenue agent salary $47K
Social fundraiser salary $47K
Bookkeeper salary $40K
Financial clerk salary $39K
Tax preparer salary $34K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)