Most states tax at least some types of business income derived from the state. In most states, corporations are subject to a corporate income tax while income from “pass-through entities” -- such as S corporations, limited liability companies (LLCs), partnerships, and sole proprietorships -- is subject to a state’s tax on personal income. Tax rates for both corporate income and personal income vary widely among states. Corporate rates, which often are flat regardless of the amount of income, generally range from 4% to 9%, and personal rates, which often vary depending on the amount of income, can range from 0% to 9% or more in some states.
Find out the tax rates for business income earned in your state by selecting your state from the list below.