Alaska Income Taxes

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Alaska does not levy an income tax on individuals. Therefore, you are not required to file a state income tax return for Alaska.

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Alaska Tax Facts

AK Income Tax:

Alaska has no personal income tax.

AK Sales Tax:

The state doesn't charge a state sales tax. However, sales tax is imposed at the local level, with 62 municipalities collecting general sales taxes between 1% and 7%.

Other types of local taxes are collected for the followings categories:

  • Fishing businesses
  • Alcoholic beverages and tobacco
  • Gaming
  • New tire purchases
  • Motor fuel transfers

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AK Personal Property Tax:

Only 25 municipalities in Alaska (boroughs or cities) collect personal property taxes. The state exempts the first $150,000 of assessed value from the taxes for these groups of people:

  • AK citizens ages 65 or older
  • Disabled veterans from Alaska

Odd Tax Fact:

Alaska is the only state that doesn't levy an income tax on any type of personal income (earned or unearned) or collect a state sales tax.

State Tax Agency:

For more information, you can visit the website of the Alaska Tax Division.

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