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Cigar Taxes

Want to know how much you are paying in Cigar Taxes: Here is a handy table to enlighten you.

Alabama
3.0-4.5¢ per cigar
Nebraska
20% of the wholesale price
Alaska
75% of the wholesale price
Nevada
30% of the wholesale price
Arizona
21.8¢ per cigar
New Hampshire
No Tax
Arkansas
68% of the manufacturer’s price
New Jersey
30% of the wholesale price
California
33.02% of the wholesale price
New Mexico
25% of the product value
Colorado
40% of the manufacturer’s price
New York
75% of the wholesale price
Connecticut
50% of the wholesale price
North Carolina
12.8% of the wholesale price
Delaware
15% of the wholesale price
North Dakota
28% of the wholesale price
Florida
No Tax
Ohio
17% of the wholesale price
Georgia
23% of the wholesale price
Oklahoma
$1.20 of the wholesale price
Hawaii
50% of the wholesale price
Oregon
65% of the wholesale price (cap of 50¢ per cigar)
Idaho
40% of the wholesale price
Pennsylvania
No Tax
Illinois
18% of the wholesale price
Rhode Island
80% of the wholesale price (cap of 50¢ per cigar)
Indiana
24% of the wholesale price
South Carolina
5% of the manufacturer’s price
Iowa
50% of the wholesale price (50¢ per cigar cap)
South Dakota
35% of the wholesale price
Kansas
10% of the wholesale price
Tennessee
6.6% of the wholesale price
Kentucky
15% of the wholesale price
Texas
0.75-1.5¢ per cigar
Louisiana
8-20% of the manufacturer’s price
Utah
86% of the wholesale price
Maine
20% of the wholesale price
Vermont
92% of the manufacturer’s price (cap of $2 & $4 per cigar)
Maryland
15% of the wholesale price
Virginia
10% of the wholesale price
Massachusetts
30% of the wholesale price
Washington
95% of the wholesale price (cap of 65 ¢ per cigar)
Michigan
32% of the wholesale price
Washington, D.C.
12% of gross receipts
Minnesota
70% of the wholesale price
West Virginia
7% of the wholesale price
Mississippi
15% of the wholesale price
Wisconsin
71% of the wholesale price (cap of 50¢ per cigar)
Missouri
10% of the wholesale price
Wyoming
20% of the wholesale price
Montana
50% of the wholesale price

Source: International Premium Cigar & Pipe Retailers Assoc. (IPCPR)      Data as of July 1, 2011

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