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Nonresident Local Income Tax Rate (County)

Source: Local Income and Meal Tax Rates by Jurisdiction, The Tax Foundation
Topic: EconomySubtopic: TaxesCategory: Income Taxes
Product: Local StatsDate Updated: June 2014Update Tips
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    * Updates for this datas series are not available because this is a one time study conducted by the Tax Foundation; used with permission of the Tax Foundation.Only one year of data is available for this data series. Visit their website to see more tax-related research.

    Years Available: 2011

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    General Notes: *Median value gives the value for the "average" county for this metric, the 50th percentile of all counties reporting data. Medians should not be considered nationally representative because of limiting reporting. **Iowa: 297 Iowa school districts impose an income tax surcharge ranging between 1 and 20% of state income tax owed. Kansas: 30 Kansas counties impose a local intangibles tax on interest, dividends, and securities transactions (but not wages). The county tax is generally uniform, at 0.75%. Kentucky: Kenton County, KY - Tax rate ranges between 0.1097% and 0.7097% Ohio: 593 of Ohio’s 932 municipalities and 181 of Ohio’s 611 school districts impose an income tax. Oregon: In Oregon, two transit districts, one in Lane County, the other encompassing the three counties of the Portland, OR metropolitan area, impose a transit income tax on virtually all employers. Pennsylvania 2,492 of Pennsylvania’s 2,562 municipalities and 469 of Pennsylvania’s 500 school districts impose a local income tax or local services tax. Additional data at the city level are also available. A # symbol indicates the following: Tax imposed on the employer.


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