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State Tax Codes

State Tax Codes

Filling out your federal taxes is just the first step in the tax process. Depending on where you live, you may also have to comply with certain state tax obligations. Not every state has the same tax system. Some states, like Nevada and Texas, have no income tax, but instead rely on sales and property taxes, among others, for their revenue.

If you're looking to move and want to know how you'll pay taxes in another state or if you just want to have a better understanding of what you pay where you live now, knowing where to find the right tax laws is the first step. To guide you to the tax laws where you live, the table below provides links to the state tax codes in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.

State

Tax Code/Statute

Alabama

Title 40

Alaska

Title 43

Arizona

Title 42

Arkansas Title 26
California

Revenue and Taxation Code

Colorado Title 39
Connecticut Title 12
Delaware Title 30
District of Columbia Title 47
Florida

Title XIV

Georgia

Title 48

Hawaii

Title 14

Idaho

Title 63

Illinois

Chapter 35

Indiana

Title 6

Iowa

Title X

Kansas

Chapter 79

Kentucky

Title XI

Louisiana

Title 47

Maine

Title 36

Maryland

Tax-General;
Tax-Property

Massachusetts

Title IX

Michigan

Chapters 205-211

Minnesota

Chapters 270-299

Mississippi

Title 27

Missouri

Title X

Montana

Title 15

Nebraska

Chapter 77

Nevada

Title 32

New Hampshire Title V
New Jersey

Titles 54 and 54A

New Mexico

Chapter 7

New York

Tax Code

North Carolina

Chapter 105

North Dakota

Title 57

Ohio

Title LVII

Oklahoma

Title 68

Oregon

Title 29

Pennsylvania

Title 72

Rhode Island

Title 44

South Carolina

Title 12

South Dakota

Title 10

Tennessee

Title 67

Texas

Tax Code

Utah

Title 59

Vermont

Title 32

Virginia

Title 58.1

Washington

Titles 82-84

West Virginia

Chapters 11 and 11A

Wisconsin

Chapters 70-79

Wyoming

Title 39

Free Initial Review of Your State Tax Issue

No one looks forward to navigating the various tax laws at the state level. No one, that is, except for attorneys trained in tax law who are constantly keeping updated with changes in the law. If you have a tax issue at either the federal or state level, speak with a tax attorney to help you reach a resolution. You can receive a free initial review of the facts of your situation.

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