Important Tax Facts:
-The State of Wisconsin has both Corporate income tax and personal income tax rates with maximum rates of 7.90% and 7.65%, respectively. Wisconsin also has a Surcharge Tax on Corporations, read more below.
Similar to the majority of other states, the state of Wisconsin does have an individual income tax. Like most states with income tax, it is calculated on a marginal scale (four tax brackets) whose range is from 4.00% to 7.65%. The highest bracket of 7.65% starts for income greater than $263,480.
The state of Wisconsin has a flat Corporate Tax rate of 7.90%. Their corporate tax is often referred to as the Wisconsin Franchise Tax which is assessed against Net Income of C Corporations and Interest Income of S Corporations. Other flow-thru entities, such as LLCs and LLPs are not subject to the Wisconsin Franchise Tax.
Additionally, S Corporations and Corporations are also subject to another tax called the *Economic Development Surcharge Tax. The Surcharge Tax is a Gross Receipts Tax on income greater than $4 Million.
Like most states, Wisconsin has both a Local and State sales tax. The State Sales tax rate 5.00%, and the average local sales tax rate is 0.46% (putting the average state sales tax at 5.46%).
The average property tax rate for residential property in the state of Wisconsin is 1.73%, making it one of the most expensive states in the union as far as Property Tax as a Percent of a taxpayer’s primary residence.
Unemployment taxes usually consist of three factors. They are: the wage base, the range of UI rates, number of schedules. Below is an outline of the three:
Wisconsin is one of the less expensive states in regards to opening an LLC. Here are some important facts: