Below is a short listing of the taxes collected in South Dakota and Wyoming. Please note that while we work to maintain the highest level of accuracy, some of the information may change with new state laws and legislation.
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South Dakota does not have a personal income tax on individuals but does charge 4.5% general sales or use tax. Municipalities and counties may also charge additional taxes. You can find your South Dakota tax rate by your address here.
South Dakota does not collect a corporate income tax but does levy several different types of taxes on businesses including sales tax, use tax, municipal sales and gross receipts tax, contractor's excise tax, tourism tax, telecommunication tax, motor vehicle lease and rentals tax, and an emergency 911 surcharge.
Wyoming also does not collect a personal or corporate income tax. But, like South Dakota, the state does collect sales and general use tax. Many Wyoming cities, towns, and counties also levy additional sales, use, and lodging taxes.
For a listing of tax rates by county in Wyoming, please reference the Wyoming Department of Revenue website.
For information about all other states, please refer to the IRS website.
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