What states in the United States don’t have sales tax?
There are five states in the United States that do not have a statewide sales tax:
4. New Hampshire
However, some local jurisdictions in these states may levy their own sales taxes. For example, some cities in Alaska charge a sales tax, and the city of Seattle in Washington state has a sales tax of 10.1%.
Without a statewide sales tax, these states typically rely on other revenue sources, such as income taxes, property taxes, or severance taxes on natural resources.
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