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Utah Taxes And Tax Rates

This page contains an overview of the sales, business and personal tax rates in the state of Utah (based on 2011 data).


Utah Sales Tax

Sales taxes are applied to a variety of goods including tangible personal property, transportation services, hotels and food. The tax rate on food is 3% statewide. Sales taxes do not apply to services. On a city level the sales tax percentages are:

Salt Lake County Sales Tax

  • Salt Lake City 6.85%
  • Sandy 6.85%
  • West Valley City 6.85%
  • Taylorsville 6.85%
  • West Jordan 6.85%
  • Alta 8.35%
  • Draper 6.85%
  • South Jordan 6.85%
  • Riverton 6.85%
  • Holladay 6.85%

Davis County Sales Tax

  • Layton 6.5%
  • Kaysville 6.5%
  • Bountiful 6.5%
  • Syracuse 6.5%

Tooele County Sales Tax

  • Stansbury Park 6.25%

Utah County Sales Tax

  • Saratoga Springs 6.75%
  • Lehi 6.75%
  • Eagle Mountain 6.75%
  • Orem 6.85%
  • Provo 6.75%
  • Draper City South 6.75%
  • Highland 6.75%
  • Alpine 6.75%
  • Lindon 6.75%
  • Mapleton 6.75%

Summit County Sales Tax

  • Park City 7.45%
  • Coalville 6.05%
  • Oakley 6.05%
  • Francis 6.05%

Washington County Sales Tax

  • St George 6.25%

Utah Income Tax

Corporate Income Tax

Businesses are required to pay 5.0% corporate tax on any income they earn in the state of Utah. If a business is located in more than 1 state then they pay tax based on an apportioned income formula.

Personal Income Tax

Any income that is earned or derived from Utah falls under a state income tax. In 2008 Utah moved away from the tiered tax structure to a 'Single Rate' of 5%. After calculating the flat tax amount, the tax payer maybe able to reduce the amount by applying credits. As income surpasses certain levels the credits phase out.

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