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North Dakota Tax Rate Information
State Income Tax
Income tax is a tax that is imposed on people and businesses based on the income or profits that they earned. The tax rates are broken down into groups called tax brackets. Income tax brackets are required state taxes in North Dakota based on relative income and earnings.
North Dakota state income taxes are listed below. In addition, check out your federal tax rate.
|1.1%||$0 - $40,125||$0 - $67,050|
|2.04%||$40,126 - $97,150||$67,051 - $161,950|
|2.27%||$97,151 - $202,650||$161,951 - $246,700|
|2.64%||$202,651 - $440,600||$246,701 - $440,600|
|2.9%||$440,601 - No limit||$440,601 - No limit|
Deductions and Exemptions
|Standard Deduction||Personal Exemption||Dependent Exemption|
Sales tax, or use tax, is any tax that's imposed by the government for the purchase of goods or services in the state of North Dakota. Any sales tax that is collected belongs to the state and does not belong to the business that was transacted with.
|5%State Taxes||1.96%Average local tax||6.96%Combined Tax|
Property taxes are collected by local governments in North Dakota and are usually based on the value of the property. Money that is collected from these taxes is often put back into local communities to help improve the schools, infrastructure, roads, and other community and public works projects. The property tax rates listed below are the average for properties in North Dakota. Actual property taxes may vary depending on local geographic factors that affect the property values.
State Tax Rankings
- 22 Sales Tax Ranking
- 29 Property Tax Ranking
- 9 Income Tax Ranking
1 = lowest state tax rate
50 = highest tax rate.
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