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Massachusetts Small Business Tax Laws

Sunday, December 3rd, 2006
Posted by Molly

Are you thinking of starting up a small business in Massachusetts? As a business owner, it is your responsibility to know what the various small business laws are, including tax laws, and to comply with them.

One of the most important laws for you to know about is the ... continue reading

Idaho Small Business Tax Laws

Friday, December 1st, 2006
Posted by Molly

If you’re thinking of operating a small business in Idaho, you will need to be aware of the many small business tax laws that apply. For example, you must collect sales tax and pay it to the state. Depending on your products, there may be other taxes, like the beer ... continue reading

Hawaii Small Business Tax Laws

Friday, December 1st, 2006
Posted by Molly

I was looking at Hawaii’s small business tax laws, and I noticed there is possibly an upcoming change in the calculation of unemployment insurance. By altering the minimum wage that the tax is computed on, employers may have to pay less toward the insurance.

There are also laws governing ... continue reading

Connecticut Small Business Tax Laws

Friday, December 1st, 2006
Posted by Molly

Connecticut’s small business tax laws provide a lot of information about business owners and the taxes they must charge, collect from employees, and pay to the state. As far as the income tax withholding, if you are an employer the best thing you could do is refer to the CT-W4, ... continue reading

Rhode Island State Tax Laws

Monday, November 27th, 2006
Posted by Molly

If you’re looking for information on Rhode Island state tax laws, I have a little bit of it here today. In my research I have been looking at tax laws, especially the personal income tax, for several states. There are only a few states that do not have a personal ... continue reading

Pennsylvania State Tax Laws

Monday, November 27th, 2006
Posted by Molly

Are you looking for Pennsylvania’s state tax laws? I can’t give you everything about the law, but I can give you a brief overview.

Let’s start with sales tax. Pennsylvania levies a 6 percent tax, from which clothing, food, textbooks, heating fuel, and prescription and non prescription drugs are ... continue reading

Oregon State Tax Laws

Monday, November 27th, 2006
Posted by Molly

I’ve been looking over the various state tax laws this week, and I noticed that Oregon does not have a sales tax. Most people say that if a state doesn’t have tax in one area, it will make it up in another area. So I was looking to see if ... continue reading

Oklahoma State Tax Laws

Monday, November 27th, 2006
Posted by Molly

If you are wondering whether Oklahoma imposes a state personal income tax, the answer is yes. The rates vary from 0.5 percent up to 6.65 percent, and those are levied on incomes from $1,000 to $10,000 (for singles) and $2,000 to $21,000 (for married filing jointly). Personal exemptions for singles ... continue reading

Ohio State Tax Laws

Monday, November 27th, 2006
Posted by Molly

Are you looking for details on the Ohio state tax laws? The laws are fairly straightforward, and I would like to go over them here today.

First the state sales tax. The rate is 5.5 percent, with food, newspapers, magazine subscriptions, telephone service and prescription drugs exempt. Some counties ... continue reading

North Dakota State Tax Laws

Monday, November 27th, 2006
Posted by Molly

In the state of North Dakota, there are tax laws governing all of your sales tax, personal income tax, property tax, and inheritance tax. Today I would like to go over those. Of course, this will be only a brief summary; you should call your local tax office for more ... continue reading

North Carolina State Tax Laws

Monday, November 27th, 2006
Posted by Molly

The state of North Carolina’s tax laws are fairly straightforward. I was noticing today that their state sales tax is 4.5 percent, with prescription drugs and medical equipment exempt. Food is subject to a 2 percent county tax, and some county taxes will increase the total sales tax to 7.5 ... continue reading

New York State Tax Laws

Monday, November 27th, 2006
Posted by Molly

Looking for facts about the New York state tax laws? Well, then you have come to the right place. I would like to tell you today about New York’s tax laws.

In the state of New York, there is a sales tax of 4 percent, which applies to everything ... continue reading

New Mexico State Tax Laws

Monday, November 27th, 2006
Posted by Molly

Are you looking for information on the New Mexico state tax laws? I have been checking them over, and I don’t see anything shocking or earth shattering about them. the biggest question about state tax laws is usually “does the state charge a personal income tax?” and the answer for ... continue reading

New Jersey State Tax Laws

Monday, November 27th, 2006
Posted by Molly

In the state of New Jersey, the income tax rate ranges from 1.4 percent to 8.97 percent, depending on the income. This is based on incomes ranging from $20,000 to $500,000. there are some personal exemptions: if you are single, $1,000; if you are married, $2,000; and dependents, $1,500. In ... continue reading

New Hampshire State Tax Laws

Monday, November 27th, 2006
Posted by Molly

Were you aware that the state of New Hampshire doesn’t have a state sales tax? I wasn’t. I’ve been reviewing the various states’ tax laws, and I noticed that fact.There is, however, a tax on lodging and restaurant meals of 8 percent and a 7 percent tax on two way ... continue reading

Nevada State Tax Laws

Monday, November 27th, 2006
Posted by Molly

The Nevada state tax laws are not so different from the laws in other states, as far as I can tell. I did notice that Nevada is one of the few states that does not have a personal state income tax; they also do not tax retirement income, nor is ... continue reading

Nebraska State Tax Laws

Monday, November 27th, 2006
Posted by Molly

Are you looking for information on Nebraska state tax laws? Whether you need to know about the personal income taxes, property tax, or sales tax, we can give you up to date information on all the laws.

I’ve been reading about the Nebraska personal income taxes. I find that ... continue reading

Montana State Tax Laws

Monday, November 27th, 2006
Posted by Molly

Are you looking for information on Montana state tax laws? Most people think it’s really important to consider the tax laws if they are thinking about moving to a particular state. The fact is that states manage to gain revenue from one source or antoher; so, for example, if you ... continue reading

Missouri State Tax Laws

Monday, November 27th, 2006
Posted by Molly

Today I would like to go over the state tax laws in Missouri. Sales tax statewide is 4.225 percent, with prescription drugs exempt and food tax at a low 1.225 percent. The tax on the purchase of gasoline and gasohol is 17.6 cents per gallon, diesel fuel is 17 cents ... continue reading

South Carolina State Tax Laws

Monday, November 27th, 2006
Posted by Molly

Are you here to try to find tax information for the state of South Carolina? Their personal income tax law is pretty straightforward; the tax rate ranges from a low of 2.5 percent to a high of 7 percent. This applies to income brackets from $2,530 to $12,650. You do ... continue reading

South Dakota state tax laws

Monday, November 27th, 2006
Posted by Molly

Are you trying to find information about the South Dakota state tax laws? If so, you may want to read my blog today. It is going to contain a brief overview of all the tax information you might need if you are living in South Dakota or you are planning ... continue reading

Tennessee state tax laws

Monday, November 27th, 2006
Posted by Molly

Looking for information on tax laws in the state of Tennessee? I can tell you that the state sales tax is 7 percent, with prescription drugs exempt. The tax on food and food ingredients is 6 percent. The cities and counties can add up to 2.75 percent on top of ... continue reading

Texas state tax laws

Monday, November 27th, 2006
Posted by Molly

I’ve been reading up on all the tax laws for the various states. Did you know that Texas is a state that has no personal income tax law? Retirement income also is not taxed. Seven states have no state income tax: Alaska, Florida, Nevada, South Dakota, Texas, Washington and Wyoming. ... continue reading

Utah state tax laws

Monday, November 27th, 2006
Posted by Molly

Although there are federal tax laws, there are also many taxes that are governed by the states. The states use these revenues to fund various government positions or projects throughout the state. Sometimes counties and cities, or districts like school and fire districts, are allowed to tack on extra taxes ... continue reading

Vermont state tax laws

Monday, November 27th, 2006
Posted by Molly

It is my understanding that there are seven states that have no state income tax: Alaska, Florida, Nevada, South Dakota, Texas, Washington and Wyoming. Two others only tax dividend and interest income; they are New Hampshire and Tennessee. However, if you are looking for information on Vermont state tax laws, ... continue reading

Washington state tax laws

Monday, November 27th, 2006
Posted by Molly

Are you looking for information about the Washington state tax laws? Are you planning to move there? Maybe you are thinking of retiring to the state of Washington. If so you may be happy to know that there is not state personal income tax in Washington. Retirement income is also ... continue reading

Virginia state tax laws

Monday, November 27th, 2006
Posted by Molly

Today I would like to spend a little time going over the highlights of Virginia’s state tax laws. This is strictly an overview and is by no means complete, so if you need specific information you can phone the Virginia Department of taxation at the number listed below.

So, ... continue reading

Washington state tax laws

Monday, November 27th, 2006
Posted by Molly

Are you looking for information about the Washington state tax laws? Are you planning to move there? Maybe you are thinking of retiring to the state of Washington. If so you may be happy to know that there is not state personal income tax in Washington. Retirement income is also ... continue reading

West Virginia state tax laws

Monday, November 27th, 2006
Posted by Molly

In the state of West Virginia, I understand that there is a 6 percent sales tax, with prescription drugs exempt from that tax. Also, food is taxed at 5 percent. As far as I know municipalities do not add on additional sales tax in West Virginia. Gasoline and gasohol are ... continue reading

Wisconsin state tax laws

Monday, November 27th, 2006
Posted by Molly

I have been doing a lot of research on the various state tax laws, and today I would like to go over Wisconsin’s laws. AS I understand it, Wisconsin taxes sales at the rate of 5 percent. Food and prescription drugs are exempt. There’s an additional county tax added on ... continue reading