Vermont Tax Laws
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As much as we dislike giving a portion of our hard-earned paychecks to the government, paying taxes is inevitable and strongly enforced. However, those taxes pay for things we use and depend on every day, including highways, bridges, schools, police departments, fire fighters, and the list goes on. Welcome to FindLaw's section covering the tax laws, procedures, and current tax rates in Vermont, with authoritative descriptions of the laws for non-attorneys. In this section, you'll learn about the state's various consumer taxes, such as retail sales and excise taxes, in addition to income tax, tax fraud laws, and more. Click on a link below to learn more about Vermont's tax laws.
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