State Tax in North Dakota

The status of State Tax Returns in North Dakota can be checked online.

There are five tax brackets for single filers in North Dakota:

  1. 2.1 per cent on the first $ 31,850 of taxable income
  2. 3.92 per cent for a taxable income between $ 31,851 and $ 77,100
  3. 4.34 per cent for a taxable income between $ 77,101 and $ 160,850
  4. 5.04 per cent for a taxable income between $ 160,851 and $ 349,700
  5. 5.54 per cent for a taxable income of $ 349,701 and over

 

There are five tax brackets for married/joint filers in North Dakota:

  1. 2.1 per cent on the first $ 53,200 of taxable income
  2. 3.92 per cent for a taxable income between $ $ 53,201 and $ 128,500
  3. 4.34 per cent for a taxable income between $ 128,501 and $ 195,850
  4. 5.04 per cent for a taxable income between $ 195,851 and $ 349,700
  5. 5.54 per cent for a taxable income of $ 349,701 and over

 

Laws Governing Sales Tax in North Dakota

North Dakota collects five per cent Sales Tax and local subdivisions can levy additional tax between one per cent and three per cent. North Dakota also levies a tax for out of State purchases.

Gasoline and diesel is taxed 23 cents per gallon. A pack of 20 cigarettes is taxed at 44 cents. Kristi Frahm is the teacher who has sponsored an alcohol tax petition in the State of North Dakota by which the State of North Dakota levies an alcohol tax.

Personal Property and Inheritance Tax in North Dakota

There are no State taxes on intangible and tangible personal property in North Dakota.  Machinery and all industrial equipment are exempt from any State Tax in North Dakota. The Board of Equalization assesses the State Tax on residence, mobile homes, commercial offices, and shops. Homestead Property Tax Relief Program aims at providing some relief to senior citizens (age 65 and above), disabled persons, and qualifying North Dakotans. North Dakota does not levy any Inheritance Tax. 

North Dakota Taxation and Revenue Department

Cory Fong presently occupies the Office of State Commissioner in the great State of North Dakota.

In 2004 The State of North Dakota collected $ 956,000,000 in revenue. This equated to average revenue per capita of $ 1,507.02 for the State of North Dakota which is roughly 5.16 per cent.

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