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The Quick Facts on State Tax

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Alabama
Dep. of Revenue
, Tax Law 1. 2.

Alaska Dep. of Revenue, Tax Law 1. 2.
Arizona Dep. of Revenue, Tax Law 1. 2.
Arkansas Dep. of Revenue, Tax Law 1.
California Dep. of Revenue, Tax Law 1. 2.
Colorado Dep. of Revenue, Tax Law 1.
Connecticut Dep. of Revenue, Tax Law 1. 2.
Delaware Dep. of Revenue, Tax Law 1.
Florida Dep. of Revenue, Tax Law 1. 2.
Georgia Dep. of Revenue, Tax Law 1.
Hawaii Dep. of Revenue, Tax Law 1. 2.
Idaho Tax Commission , Tax Law 1. 2.
Illinois De.p of Revenue, Tax Law 1. 2.
Indiana Dep. of Revenue, Tax Law 1. 2.
Iowa Dep. of Revenue, Tax Law 1. 2.
Kansas Dep. of Revenue, Tax Law 1. 2.
Kentucky Dep. of Revenue, Tax Law 1. 2.
Louisiana Dep. of Revenue, Tax Law 1. 2.
Maine Dep. of Revenue, Tax Law 1.
Maryland Dep. of Revenue, Tax Law 1.
Massachusetts Dep. of Revenue, Tax Law 1. 2.
Michigan Dep. of Revenue, Tax Law 1. 2.
Minnesota Dep. of Revenue, Tax Law 1. 2.
Mississippi Dep. of Revenue, Tax Law 1.
Missouri Dep. of Revenue, Tax Law 1.
Montana Dep. of Revenue, Tax Law 1.
Nebraska Dep. of Revenue, Tax Law 1. 2.
Nevada Dep. of Revenue, Tax Law 1. 2.
New Hampshire Dep. of Revenue, Tax Law 1. 2.
New Jersey Dep. of Revenue, Tax Law 1. 2.
New Mexico Dep. of Revenue, Tax Law 1.
New York Dep. of Revenue, Tax Law 1.
North Carolina Dep. of Revenue, Tax Law 1. 2.
North Dakota Dep. of Revenue, Tax Law 1. 2.
Ohio Dep. of Revenue, Tax Law 1. 2.
Oklahoma Dep. of Revenue, Tax Law 1.
Oregon Dep. of Revenue, Tax Law 1. 2.
Pennsylvania Dep. of Revenue, Tax Law 1.
Rhode Island Dep. of Revenue, Tax Law 1.
South Carolina Dep. of Revenue, Tax Law 1.
South Dakota Dep. of Revenue, Tax Law 1.
Tennessee Dep. of Revenue, Tax Law 1.
Texas Dep. of Revenue, Tax Law 1. 2.
Utah Dep. of Revenue, Tax Law 1. 2.
Vermont Dep. of Revenue, Tax Law 1. 2.
Virginia Dep. of Revenue, Tax Law 1. 2.
Washington Dep. of Revenue, Tax Law 1. 2.
West Virginia Dep. of Revenue, Tax Law 1. 2.
Wisconsin Dep. of Revenue, Tax Law 1. 2.
Wyoming Dep. of Revenue, Tax Law 1. 2.

United States citizens are subjected to many forms of taxation. In many cases, the same tax is imposed on the local, state and Federal level. For example, the excise tax on gasoline is a federal tax and state tax, as well as a local tax in some jurisdictions. That means that one gallon of gas may be taxed by three separate jurisdictions.

State taxes include many types of excise taxes, including those on alcohol and tobacco. In addition, some state taxes include an excise tax on luxury items, such as vehicles that cost above a certain threshold.

State taxes may also include a sales tax on most goods and services purchased in that state. Most jurisdictions have some exemptions from the sales tax, including items considered a necessity, such as milk and bread.

State taxes may also include income taxes, although some states impose a higher percentage than others. For example, some states impose an income tax at around ten percent of income, whereas Florida imposes no state income tax on those that are employed in the state.

Many forms of taxation are imposed on more than one level. However, federal taxes are imposed on all citizens, whereas state taxes are imposed differently. Individuals in one state may pay a higher sales tax than another state, but they may also have a lower state income tax. States have the right to impose taxes, as long as they comply with federal law.

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