Resources: State Sales Tax Information

Alaska Sales Tax 101

There is no state sales tax in Alaska. However, municipalities have the authority to set their own rates.

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Missouri Sales Tax 101

In Missouri all sales of tangible personal property are taxable unless there is a specific statutory exemption and sales of certain specified services.

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Kansas Sales Tax 101

Kansas imposes sales tax on the retail sale, rental or lease of tangible personal property, labor services related to tangible personal property, and admissions to entertainment, amusement, or recreation places in Kansas.

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Iowa Sales Tax 101

Sales tax in Iowa includes most tangible items and certain services.

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Indiana Sales Tax 101

Sales tax in Indiana includes most tangible items and certain services.

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Idaho Sales Tax 101

Sales tax in Idaho includes all tangible, physical products being sold to a consumer and certain services.

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Hawaii Sales Tax 101

Hawaii imposes a general excise tax instead of a typical sales tax. The rate is between 4% throughout most of Hawaii and 4.5% on Oahu.

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District of Columbia Sales Tax 101

Sales tax in DC include physical property and certain services. Exemptions from sales tax include groceries, prescription and non-prescription drugs, and residential utility services.

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Arizona Sales Tax 101

Although commonly referred to as a sales tax, the Arizona Transaction Privilege Tax (TPT) is actually a tax on a vendor for the privilege of doing business in the state. Various business activities are subject to transaction privilege tax and must be licensed.

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Florida Sales Tax 101

Each sale, admission, storage, or rental in Florida is taxable, unless the transaction is exempt. Sales tax is added to the price of taxable goods or services and collected from the purchaser at the time of sale.

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