South Dakota does not collect income tax from individuals. This means that you are not required to file an income tax return for South Dakota.
South Dakota Tax Facts
SD Income Tax
South Dakota does not collect individual income tax.
SD Sales Tax
South Dakota's sales tax rate is 4.5%. There may be additional sales and use taxes at the local level.
More information on South Dakota Sales Tax
SD Personal Property Tax
South Dakota personal property is taxed at the local level. They are the primary source of dollars for counties, school systems, municipalities, and other local government units. Assessors determine the property's market value.
Property owners may be taxed by two or more of the following governing units:
- School districts
- Water districts
- Units such as fire and sanitary sewer districts (in some cases)
The state Department of Revenue doesn't collect or use personal property taxes, but it does assess the property of large companies.
South Dakota offers numerous property tax relief programs that offer financial assistance to the disabled and elderly.
Odd South Dakota Tax Fact
South Dakota has a "cider tax." The imposed tax is $0.28 per gallon of cider sold.
South Dakota State Tax Agency Contacts
You can contact the South Dakota Department of Revenue at 605-773-3311.
For more information on South Dakota state income taxes, you can visit the website of The South Dakota Department of Revenue.
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