President Obama’s fiscal year 2015 budget proposes to increase taxes on individuals by over $820 billion and on businesses by about $500 billion, for a total of over $1.3 trillion in new taxes over the next ten years....
- State Sales, Gasoline, Cigarette, and Alcohol Tax Rates by State, 2...
State Sales, Gasoline, Cigarette, and Alcohol Tax Rates by State, 2000-2010
Note: To zoom in, print, select text or search the following document, please use the grey toolbar below. Years from 2000 - 2009 are available in the Excel and PDF sheets at the bottom of this page.
For combined state and local sales taxes, see this report.
If you find the information on this page useful, please consider making a donation to support the work of the Tax Foundation. Thank you!
Tax Foundation Fiscal Fact No. 264
Every day, news headlines highlight the rising price of crude oil. An article on the determinants of oil prices, ominously titled "The Price of...
Tax Foundation Fiscal Fact No. 263
Facing a $3.2 billion deficit, newly elected Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy (D) recently proposed a FY 2012 budget that would increase taxes by $1.5 billion, cut spending by $...
Join the Tax Foundation's fight for sound tax policy Go
Tax Policy Blog
The official weblog of the Tax Foundation.
Tax By State
For information on your state, select it from the drop-down menu.
Ask a Tax Expert
Contact information for Tax Foundation policy staff Ask