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How much is California food grocery tax?
Most grocery items are not taxed in the State of California.
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2 adults plus 20% with 1 child, 300 month and 150 to go out to eat
Not usually but items that are prepared meals at the store are taxed and soda pop is also taxed. ans While no one likes taxes, virtually all places that have a sal…es tax, while they may not tax food (giving it a special exemption), they do tax sales of just about any tangible personal property or service, and define that to include meals. When exactly food becomes a meal is sometimes weird (for example, in many places, a pre-made sandwich at in a supermarket is food, but the exact same one made custom at the deli dept is a meal. One roll is a meal, but 6 or more is food, etc.). Lettuce, tomato, etc is food (non-taxed), from the salad bar it's a meal and taxable. Literally, in a few NE states the law reads that small marshmellows are fod (presumably used in baking) , but large one are taxable as food/candy. Lord knows what medium ones are! Clearly, something like fast food (or a restaurant dinner) is a meal and subject to the tax - again, almost everywhere.
The property tax in California can vary from year to year. However, to calculate the California property tax for one's home is quite simple. The tax can not exceed more than… 1% of the home's value and can not increase more than 2% from the previous year.
at least 8.00 since that's minimum wage..and im sure they minus union dues out of that every paycheck
While no one likes taxes, virtually all places that have a sales tax, while they may not tax food as a special exemption, DO tax sales of just about any tangible personal prop…erty or service, which includes meals. When exactly food becomes a meal is sometimes weird (for example, in many places, a pre-made sandwich at in a supermarket is food, but the exact same one made custom is a meal. One roll is a meal, but 6 or more is food, etc.). Candy is taxable, but when is it candy or food can be murky. Many places, a drink that is less than some specific percentage, like 50%, pure juice is taxable, but more than that isn't taxable because it is a food. Produce, lettuce, tomatoes, etc....aren't taxable as food, but if bought off the salad bar, even in the same store and department, it is taxable. Clearly, something like fast food (or a restaurant dinner) is a meal and subject to the tax - again, almost everywhere.
In California it was 8.25%, but now it is increased to 9.25%.
It depends on where the store is located. Many states in the US do not have a sales tax on food. The basic reason states do not not have any particular tax is because these …states raise their required revenues through other taxes. In the United States the idea is for government to impose as few taxes as possible while still providing the services the area needs. Different states have different needs, and different means of generating revenue for those needs (like taxation). In many states, like West Virginia (where I am), there is a sales tax on all food items - a percentage of the sale price, the percentage changes periodically based on legislation. Just a few miles away in the state of Ohio, there are no taxes on food.
What food items are taxed at the grocery store in Washington state and is there a published list of these foods?
general merchandise non edible grocery prepared foods automotive juice less than 75 % pop beer
A lot! Front end managers make 16 n hour while assistant managers make 25 an hour. The store manager makes salary which I'm going guess ranges from 7-10 thousand monthly.
Salary $50,882 starting.
The amount of money each person spends on food at the grocery store if a relative amount. Many different factors attribute to that amount. Such as, where the consumer lives, h…ow much the consumer makes, and what kinds of food the consumer likes to eat.
Food usually doesn't have tax on it. Taxes vary from state to state and some foods that are considered luxuries may be taxed in some states.
The California sales tax rate is currently 6.25%. However, California adds a mandatory local rate of 1.25% that increases the total state sales and use tax base to 7.5%. D…epending on local municipalities, the total tax rate can be as high at 10.0%.