Local, state and federal tax data is from the Tax Foundation, an educational and tax research organization based in Washington D.C.
The measure for total taxes is reported as a total number of days worked that are required to pay off the taxes (yellow columns).
Total tax includes income tax (state & federal), sales and property tax (state & local) and use tax (gas, cigarette & alcohol).
|Federal, State & Local Taxes|
|and Tax Freedom Day|
|State & Local||State||to Pay Federal,||State|
|Sales Tax||Rank||State, Local &||Rank|
|Rates||(1 is highest||Use Taxes||(1 is highest||GPTR|
|Oak Ridge, TN||9.5%||2||97||49||1|
|Gulf Shores, AL||9.0%||4||99||47||4|
|Las Cruces, NM||7.6%||15||100||45||5|
|Santa Fe, NM||7.6%||15||100||45||5|
|Bowling Green, KY||6.0%||38||102||43||7|
|Hilton Head, SC||7.2%||18||102||43||7|
|Hot Springs Village, AR||9.3%||3||104||39||11|
|Iowa City, IA||6.8%||27||105||37||14|
|GPTR Rank - Lower Days Worked to Pay Federal/State/Local/Use taxes is better.|
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