Revenue agent earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Revenue agent salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $92,630
Connecticut $89,520
Kansas $86,090
New Jersey $81,090
Rhode Island $80,700
Arizona $75,210
Hawaii $74,500
Illinois $68,220
California $63,970
Colorado $63,970
Iowa $63,970
Massachusetts $63,970
New York $63,470
Ohio $63,470
Minnesota $63,060
Montana $62,980
Washington $62,070
Nevada $60,780
North Carolina $60,650
Michigan $59,270
Delaware $59,140
Oregon $57,010
Alabama $55,320
Maine $54,940
Georgia $54,350
Pennsylvania $53,620
North Dakota $53,410
Nebraska $53,410
South Carolina $53,410
Wisconsin $53,230
Wyoming $52,780
Tennessee $50,980
Maryland $49,780
Texas $49,780
Idaho $49,490
Indiana $49,490
Louisiana $49,490
Vermont $49,490
Arkansas $48,900
South Dakota $48,570
New Hampshire $48,300
Oklahoma $47,930
Kentucky $47,670
Virginia $47,300
Missouri $43,680
Utah $43,220
West Virginia $39,670
New Mexico $39,440
Florida $37,450
Mississippi $37,380
Puerto Rico $30,470

How do revenue agent salaries compare to similar careers?

Revenue agents earn 12% more than similar careers in South Dakota. On average, they make less than fundraisers but more than financial clerks.

Career Median Salary
Fundraiser salary $52K
Risk management specialist salary $48K
Investment banker salary $48K
Financial quantitative analyst salary $48K
Fraud analyst salary $48K
Revenue agent salary $49K
Tax preparer salary $39K
Credit counselor salary $37K
Bookkeeper salary $33K
Financial clerk salary $33K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)