Wyoming Tax Laws
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Taxes are an unavoidable part of living in a republic, as they are used to pay for shared resources such as schools, fire departments, police, bridges, highways, and much more. Welcome to FindLaw's coverage of Wyoming's tax laws, with legalese-free explanations of tax laws and procedures in the Cowboy State. In this section, you'll learn about Wyoming's consumer taxes, which include retail sales tax paid at the point of purchase in addition to excise taxes on cigarettes, beer, and gasoline. You'll also learn about Wyoming's lack of a personal income tax, making it one of just a few states without one. Click on a link below to learn more about Wyoming's tax laws.
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