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FEDERAL, STATE & LOCAL TAXES


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).

Residents of Clarksville, Gatlinburg and Oak Ridge, Tennessee and Gulf Shores, Alabama give back less on average to the tax man than residents of the other cities.


Federal, State & Local Taxes
and Tax Freedom Day
2018
  Combined   Days Worked    
  State & Local State to Pay all State  
  Sales Tax Rank Federal, State Rank  
  Rates (1 is lowest & Local Taxes (1 is lowest GPTR
City/Town 2018 rate) 2018 tax burden) Rank
Clarksville, TN 9.5% 49 95 3 1
Gatlinburg, TN 9.5% 49 95 3 1
Gulf Shores, AL 9.1% 46 95 3 1
Oak Ridge, TN 9.5% 49 95 3 1
Boise, ID 6.0% 14 97 6 5
Coeur d'Alene, ID 6.0% 14 97 6 5
Fayetteville, AR 9.4% 48 97 6 5
Hot Springs Village, AR 9.4% 48 97 6 5
Pocatello, ID 6.0% 14 97 6 5
Athens, GA 7.2% 31 99 8 10
Chandler, AZ 8.3% 40 99 8 10
Columbia, SC 7.4% 33 99 8 10
Greenville, SC 7.4% 33 99 8 10
Hilton Head, SC 7.4% 33 99 8 10
Newnan, GA 7.2% 31 99 8 10
Paradise Valley, AZ 8.3% 40 99 8 10
Prescott, AZ 8.3% 40 99 8 10
Sedona, AZ 8.3% 40 99 8 10
Valdosta, GA 7.2% 31 99 8 10
GPTR Rank - Lower Days Worked to Pay Federal/State/Payroll/Local/Use taxes is better.

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