Which State Has The Highest Cigarette Tax?

Each state’s cigarette tax is levied in addition to the federal tax rate of $1.0066 per 20-pack of cigarettes.

Connecticut and New York share the highest tax rate with $4.35 per pack, trailed by Rhode Island ($4.25), Massachusetts ($3.51), and Hawaii ($3.20).

Which state has the highest price for cigarettes?

According to Tobacco Free Kids, New York state already has the country’s highest cigarette taxes, at $4.35 per pack.

What state has the highest tobacco tax?

The combined federal, state, county, and local tax on a pack of 20 cigarettes in the city of Chicago, in Cook County, Illinois, is $7.42, the highest in the entire country. The lowest rate in the nation is in Missouri, at 17 cents, where the state’s electorate voted to keep it that way in 2002, 2006, and 2012.

What state has the highest alcohol tax?

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Washington state has the highest spirits excise tax rate at $32.52 per gallon, followed by Oregon ($22.75), Virginia ($19.93), Alabama ($18.27), and Utah ($15.38).

What state is the cheapest for cigarettes?

Both state’s average price for cigarettes is $5.25, which is actually a 10% decrease from the 2014 cost in Virginia. Missouri also has the lowest state excise tax at only $0.17 per pack.

Prices Of Cigarettes By State.

StateAlabama
Cost$5.51
StateKentucky
Cost$5.40
StateNorth Carolina

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