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What to Know About 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.


Analyzing information about stat taxes is difficult because in each state, taxes are assessed in varying levels to provide different services that may be unique to that state.

State tax levels, however, can be used to gauge the state tax burden in each state as well as the services which a state can afford to provide to the residents of that state.

State taxes involve a combination of state sales taxes, state income tax, excise state taxes, and user fees. A state tax may be director applied to residents or may be felt indirectly.

In some states, such as Alaska, there are no state taxes for personal income tax, nor is there a sales state tax. However, local governments in the state are allowed to charge their own local sales taxes. Instead, the entirety of the Alaskan state tax burden is felt by state taxes charged to the oil and gas industries.

In 2007, the total state tax revenue was $749,785,186,000, or just shy of $750 billion charged to 300,702,464 residents.

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