Combined rates for states with non-zero sales taxes range from a 1.70 percent low in Alaska and 4.35 percent in Hawaii to a high of 9.45 percent in Tennessee and 9.26 percent in Arkansas, according to the Tax Foundation.... More » Business & Finance Taxes

The sales tax rate in the state of Indiana is 7 percent as of June 2015, according to the Indiana Department of Revenue. Consumers pay the sales tax when they purchase items from Indiana sellers, and the sales tax applie... 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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