Wyoming, WY State Income Taxes

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"The Equality State"

Since Wyoming does not collect an income tax on individuals, you are not required to file a WY income tax return. However, you may need to prepare and e-file a federal return and/or another state tax return.

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Wyoming Tax Facts, Information

WyomingTax Information and Contacts

WY Tax Type
Wyoming Income Tax Code
Wyoming has no personal income tax code.
Wyoming has a 4% state sales tax rate. The state's department of revenue also administers 49 sales and use tax exemptions. Counties have the option of collecting an additional general purpose tax of 1%, as well as an economic development tax of 0.25% or 0.50% depending on location. There is also a county lodging tax, which varies from 2% to 4%.
Wyoming Tax Fact
Candy is usually exempt from sales tax since Wyoming considers it food. However, if it's sold in a vending machine (typically designed for immediate consumption) or if it's a novelty item that has a value of over 50% of its price (i.e. PEZ dispenser), the candy and/or item is taxable. Candy refills are considered food and exempt from the sales tax.
Wyoming Marriage Penalty
Wyoming does not have a marriage tax penalty due to no income taxes.
Wyoming State Tax Agency Contacts
For mailing addresses and other contact information, contact the WY Department of Revenue.

Wyoming Unemployment Benefits

Unemployment benefits are not subject to income taxes since Wyoming does not collect individual income taxes.

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