New Mexico Tax Laws
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As the old saying goes, nothing is sure in life except for death and taxes -- which is why it's important to understand your tax obligations and procedures for filing and paying them. Welcome to FindLaw's section on the tax laws of New Mexico, with listings of current personal income tax brackets, a listing of the various consumer taxes (including special taxes on cigarettes, liquor, and other such items), details about the related crimes of tax fraud and evasion, and information about probate and estate taxes. To learn more about the tax laws and rates of New Mexico, click on one of the following links.
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