Prop. 30 would boost even higher California’s top sales tax
Sept. 23, 2012
By John Seiler
Not only does Proposition 30 increase income taxes; it also boosts California sales taxes, already the highest among states, to an even higher level. The following chart shows state sales taxes.
And remember, a state like Tennessee, whose 7 percent sales tax is nearly has high as Taxifornia’s, doesn’t even have an income tax.
(Hat tap to Richard Rider, taxpayers’ best friend.)
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