Counties often have sales tax rates that differ from the state’s or neighboring counties’ rates. In New York, for example, nearly every county in the state adds between 3 and 4.875 percent to the state’s 4 percent sales ... More » Business & Finance Taxes

As of March 2015, the sales tax rate for Nassau Country in New York State is 8.625 percent, according to the New York Department of Tax and Finance. Included is the 4 percent state-level tax charged in all New York count... More » Business & Finance Taxes

Sales tax rates vary by county because each of these jurisdictions uses disparate methods to determine taxability, explains Avalara. For instance, while Chautauqua, Columbia and Chenanga counties of New York State exempt... More » Business & Finance Taxes

The state of Georgia allows individual counties to charge sales tax of up to 3 percent on individual transactions, according to the Georgia Department of Revenue. Some areas can also charge another 1 percent sales tax on... More » Business & Finance Taxes

States have different international fuel tax agreement tax rates, and quarterly state rate summaries are available online as of 2015, states the International Fuel Tax Association. The American-Canadian agreement permits... More » Business & Finance Taxes

The California sales and use tax rate tables provide information on sales tax for individual cities, counties and addresses, according to the California State Board of Equalization. Updated versions of these tables are a... More » Business & Finance Taxes

As of 2015, only six states have an inheritance tax, which taxes heirs based on their relationships to the deceased. Tax rates range from 0 to 10 percent in Maryland; from 0 to 15 percent in Iowa and Pennsylvania; from 0... More » Business & Finance Taxes