How to Find you States's Tax Rates
If you haven't already visited our individual tax pages for each state then you should check out the right sidebar for the exact tax rate in your state. In a lot of ways, the many states that are all a part of the United States of America are kind of like individual countries, instead of just being part of a country. Though we all share a huge culture, by and large, the regulations and laws that govern each state can end up varying wildly. One of the most evident ways we can see this play out is the different tax systems that each state adopts and imposes.
The states that do include income tax in their tax systems have very different ways of implanting that policy. A handful of states use a flat rate, where every taxpayer in the state pays the same percent of income taxes. One example is Colorado, which has a flat rate of 4.63%, no matter income level you fall into.
Most states, however, employ a dynamic tax system where your income is taxed at a different rate depending on your income level. The number of tax brackets differs from state to state, as do the rates for each bracket. So after you find out all the rates and what your tax liability will be depending on your individual state then you are probably ready to file your return. Visit our filing page for the next step.