Maine Tax Laws
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While taxes can sometimes seem like an undue burden at times, especially if you owe taxes to the IRS when you file in mid-April, they are essential to paying for shared resources such as highways, bridges, police, education, and other services we depend on daily. FindLaw's section on Maine's tax laws includes information about the state's income tax laws, with current tax brackets and filing information; an article about various consumer taxes, such as sales and excise tax (cigarettes, liquor, etc.); and more. To learn more about Maine's tax laws, click on a link below or speak with a tax attorney in your area.
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