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California Taxpayers Elect To Raise Personal and Sales Taxes

 
 
November 7, 2012
 
Yesterday was a day that the taxpayers’ of California decided to raise state tax for taxpayer’s who make $250,000.00  and above per year retroactive to January 1, 2012.
 
The sales tax will also be raised to 7.5% from 7.25% starting January 1, 2013.
 
Retroactive tax increase passes (11-07-12)
Proposition 30 retroactively increases income taxes effective January 1, 2012. The following rate increases are effective for seven years:
Governor's Ballot Initiative10.3% (1% increase) on income of:$250,001–$300,000 for single/MFS;
$340,001–$408,000 for HOH; and
$500,001–$600,000 for MFJ.
11.3% (2% increase) on income of:$300,001–$500,000 for single/MFS;
$408,001–$680,000 for HOH; and
$600,001–$1,000,000 for MFJ.
12.3% (3% increase) on income of:More than $500,000 for single/MFS;
More than $680,000 for HOH; and
More than $1,000,000 for MFJ.
(Note: Income in excess of $1 million is also subject to the 1% mental health surcharge.)
Proposition 30 also increases the state sales tax rate by 0.25% for four years, beginning January 1, 2013, bringing the standard statewide rate to 7.50% (currently 7.25%).
Other results:
  • Proposition 38, Tax to Fund Education and Early Childhood Programs, failed; and
Proposition 39, the single sales factor mandate, passed, so most multistate corporations will be required to use the single sales factor in 2013.

1 Comment to California Taxpayers Elect To Raise Personal and Sales Taxes:

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Javier Elijah on Sunday, March 17, 2013 3:51 AM
Pleased to find out this kind of valuable information through your site. True to say, it is shocked news for every taxpayer. Thanks for knowing this useful information and looking forward to your next update :lol:
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