Sales Tax State By State – Does Your State Charge Sales Tax At Estate Sales

 EstateSalesNews.com is providing the sales taxes charged by the 50 states.  Not all states charge sales tax on estate sales. It depends on the county, city or town. Check with your state to learn if your state requires sales tax be charged at estate sales. Do not expect cash payment to evade paying sales tax. Retail stores charge it and states are alert to estate sale companies failing to charge it.

Currently there are only 4 states that do not require sales tax at estate sales.

Be kind to the estate sale company. They are doing what is required and this is extra paperwork for them that they are not compensated for.

Alabama 4% – 12%, Alaska 0%, Arizona 2% -6.6%, Arkansas 6.5%

California 7.5% -10.0%, Colorado 2.9% – 8.0%, Connecticut 6.35%

Delaware 0%, District of Columbia 5% – 7.5%

Florida 6% – 7%

Georgia 4% – 6%

Hawaii Gross receipts and use tax 4% +

Idaho 6.0%, Illinois 6.25% -9.0%, Indiana 7.0%, Iowa 6.0% -7.0%

Kansas 6.15% – 11.15%, Kentucky 6.0%

Louisiana 4.0% – 9.0%

Maine 5.5%, Maryland 6.%, Massachusetts 6.25%, Michigan 6.0%, Minnesota 6.0%, Missouri 4.225% – 9.6%, Montana 0%

Nebraska 5.5% – 7.0%, Nevada 6.85% – 7.25%, New Hampshire 0%, New Jersey 7.0% enterprise zone 3.5%, New Mexico 5.0% – 8.8625%, New York 7.0% – 8.75%, North Carolina 4.75% – 7.0%, North Dakota 2.0% – 7.0%

Ohio 5.75% – 8.0%, Oklahoma 4.5% – cities 7.5% – 8.5%, Oregon 0%

Pennsylvania 6.0% Philadelphia 8.0%

South Carolina 6.0% – 10.5%, South Dakota 4.0%

Tennessee 7.0% – 9.25%, Texas 6.25% – 8.25%

 Utah 5.95%

Vermont 6.0%, Virginia 5.3% – 6.5%

Washington 6.5%, West Virginia 6.0%, Wisconsin 5.0% – 5.5%, Wyoming 4.0% – 7.0%

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