State Tax Returns

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  • February 7, 2011

    If you live in North Carolina you might be aware of the problems the state has had in the past with tax refunds. It may give you a reason to be worried if you’re getting your money this year. Luckily, there’s a way to check what your NC state...

  • January 24, 2011

    Though you might need the funds from your tax refund status right now, there very well may be some unexpected delays. In fact, there are a number of reasons why your state tax return could take longer than you think to arrive. Here are five of...

  • December 31, 2010

    You may want to get an idea of how much money you’ll be getting from the state come tax season. Although typically less than a federal tax refund, your state tax refund status can still make a difference. There are a few ways you can check how...

  • December 31, 2010

    It can be beneficial to have a rough estimate of your state tax refund status before you file. Luckily, this amount is fairly easy to calculate even before you pick up your tax forms.

    Calculate Your Income

    If you’ve...

  • September 1, 2010

    The Wyoming Department of Revenue has 6 main divisions:

    Ad Valorem Tax Division Excise Tax Division Information Technology Division Mineral Tax Division Administrative Services Division Liquor Division

    There is no individual income...

  • September 1, 2010

    Most major state taxes are administered by the Wisconsin Department of Revenue, except property taxes which are local levies.

    Wisconsin State Tax ? Individual Income Tax

    The individual income tax is Wisconsin’s...

  • September 1, 2010

    The individual income tax in West Virginia is imposed at the following rates:

    3% on the first $10,000 of taxable income 4% on taxable income between $10,001 and $25,000 4.5% on taxable income between $25,001 and $40,000 6% on taxable...
  • September 1, 2010

    Individual income tax in Washington, D.C. is imposed at the following rates/brackets:

    4% on taxable income of $10,000 or less 6% on taxable income between $10,001 and $40,000 8.5% on taxable income of $40,001 or more

    The sales/use tax...

  • September 1, 2010

    The State of Washington has one of the least progressive tax structures. There is no personal income tax, and no corporate income tax or franchise tax. There is, however, a Business and Occupation (B&O) Tax, state and local sales taxes, and...