Delaware Tax Laws
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While no one enjoys paying taxes, they are a crucial source of revenue for state and local governments, shared public resources, and special programs. FindLaw's section on Delaware's tax laws includes information about income taxes, such as the percentage of taxation corresponding to various income brackets, and other forms of taxation within the state. For instance, Delaware is unique in that it doesn't collect a set amount of sales tax at the point of purchase, but rather a $75 annual fee from residents plus a small percentage of gross receipts. Other topics include Delaware tax fraud and tax evasion laws, and estate taxes. Click on a link below to learn more.
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