The sales tax rate in Colorado as of July 2015 is 2.9 percent. Many localities charge sales tax in addition to the state sales tax, so sales tax can range from 2.9 to 10.4 percent in Colorado. More » Business & Finance Taxes

Large U.S. cities with the highest sales tax rates as of 2015 include four Alabama cities: Birmingham, Macon, Mobile and Montgomery, according to the Tax Foundation. All four cities have a sales tax rate of 10 percent. T... More » Business & Finance Taxes

State sales tax rates are available for viewing online at The Tax Foundation shows each state's sales tax on a map and also ranks them from highest to lowest in list format. More » Business & Finance Taxes
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The Colorado state sales tax rate is 2.9 percent, as of 2015, according to As a home rule state, however, municipal and city sales taxes can inflate the sales tax rate to values as high as 10.4 percent. More » Business & Finance Taxes

As of 2016, the standard Medicare tax rate on all wages and income from self employment is 2.9 percent, reports the Internal Revenue Service. Additionally, taxpayers whose income passes a certain threshold must pay an ad... More » Business & Finance Taxes

The state sales and use tax rate for California is 7.5 percent as of June 2015, states the California Board of Equalization. Individual income tax rates range from 1 percent to 12.3 percent, and the alternative minimum t... More » Business & Finance Taxes

As of April 1, 2015, the sales and use tax rate in San Bernardino County, California, is 8 percent. The state income tax rate for the county is 6 percent. More » Business & Finance Taxes