As of Tuesday, July 7, 2015
Where you live can have a big impact on which types of taxes you have to pay each year and how much money you spend on them. SmartAsset calculated the amount of money a specific person would pay in income, sales, property and fuel taxes in each county in the country and ranked the lowest to highest tax burden.
According to the SmartAsset study, Idaho County tax burden is amongst the lowest in Idaho.
Idaho County is located fourth in the state rank and 771 across the nation. Income tax for the state is at $10,013, sales tax $945, property tax at $1,287 and fuel tax at $183.
The top 10 lowest counties for tax burden are Lemhi, Boise, Bonner, Idaho, Valley, Teton, Bear Lake, Blaine, Boundary and Fremont.
Six cities in Idaho have their own sales tax rate, on top of the state’s 6 percent rate. Those are Donnelley (1 percent), Driggs (.50), Ketchum (2), Lava Hot Springs (2), Stanley (2.5) and Sun Valley (2).
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