Texas Personal Income Tax Laws
Most states levy a personal income tax in addition to the taxes collected by the federal government. Some states, including Texas, don't collect personal income tax. But since states require a steady flow of revenue to pay for public goods such as education and infrastructure, Texas makes up for the lack of income tax through relatively high property (levied at the local, not state, level), sales, and corporate taxes.
Learn more about Texas personal income tax laws (or the lack thereof) and income taxes in general in the links below.
|Code Section||No personal income tax|
|Who is Required to File||-|
|Federal Income Tax Deductible||-|
|Federal Income Used as Basis||-|
Note: State laws are constantly changing -- contact a Texas tax attorney or conduct your own legal research to verify the state law(s) you are researching.
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