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Years Available: 2011
Permanent Link: http://data.sagepub.com/sagestats/6066
General Notes: *Median value gives the value for the "average" city in this Tax Foundation study, the 50th percentile of all cities for which data were collected. The median should not be considered nationally representative because of limiting reporting. **In addition to the tax percentages listed, a number of jurisdictions impose various other tax rates. Colorado: Aurora, CO - $2.00 per month on compensation over $250. Denver, CO - $5.75 per month on compensation over $500. Greenwood Village, CO - $4.00 per month on compensation over $250. Iowa: 297 Iowa school districts impose an income tax surcharge ranging between 1 and 20% of state income tax owed. Kansas: 105 Kansas cities and 400 Kansas townships impose a local intangibles tax on interest, dividends, and securities transactions (but not wages). The city and township taxes are generally uniform at 2.25%. No city or township has a rate higher than 2.25%, and 36 have a lower rate, as low as 0.25%. Kentucky: Caneyville, KY - $2 per week (full time) or $1 per week (part time). Clarkson, KY - $2 per week. New York: Some employers of the counties of New York (Manhattan), Bronx, Kings (Brooklyn), Queens, Richmond (Staten Island), Rockland, Nassau, Suffolk, Orange, Putnam, Dutchess, and Westchester are charged with a metropolitan commuter transportation mobility tax of 0.34%. Some employers face a further 2.00% payroll tax for using the New York-New JerseyWaterfront. Ohio: 593 of Ohio’s 932 municipalities and 181 of Ohio’s 611 school districts impose an income tax. The twelve largest cities are listed in the Tax Foundation study. 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. The twelve largest cities are listed in the Tax Foundation study. Does not include taxes imposed at the county level; additional data at the county level are also available on SAGE Stats. A # symbol indicates the following: Tax imposed on the employer.