States With the Highest and Lowest Sales Tax

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36. Vermont
> Combined sales tax rate: 6.2%
> State sales tax rate: 6.0%
> Avg. local sales tax: 0.2%
> Cost of living: 1.6% greater than the national average (13th highest)
> Personal income per capita: $54,110 (19th highest)

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37. Idaho
> Combined sales tax rate: 6.0%
> State sales tax rate: 6.0%
> Avg. local sales tax: 0.0%
> Cost of living: 7.0% less than the national average (21st lowest)
> Personal income per capita: $43,155 (8th lowest)

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38. Maryland
> Combined sales tax rate: 6.0%
> State sales tax rate: 6.0%
> Avg. local sales tax: 0.0%
> Cost of living: 9.5% greater than the national average (5th highest)
> Personal income per capita: $62,860 (5th highest)

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39. Michigan
> Combined sales tax rate: 6.0%
> State sales tax rate: 6.0%
> Avg. local sales tax: 0.0%
> Cost of living: 6.7% less than the national average (22nd lowest)
> Personal income per capita: $47,810 (19th lowest)

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40. Kentucky
> Combined sales tax rate: 6.0%
> State sales tax rate: 6.0%
> Avg. local sales tax: 0.0%
> Cost of living: 12.2% less than the national average (5th lowest)
> Personal income per capita: $41,889 (4th lowest)

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