South Carolina Tax Laws
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South Carolina, like all states, charges its citizens taxes to raise funds for state projects like roads and schools as well as state agencies like the Highway Patrol. State income tax laws require individuals in the state to pay a percentage of their income toward state taxes, while consumer taxes are applied to a number of different products and services, usually to raise revenues and inhibit certain behavior. This section has information on South Carolina’s income tax (which varies depending on your net income) and consumer taxes like cigarette, gasoline, beer, wine, and liquor taxes.
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