When it comes to taxes on prepared meals, Minneapolis, Chicago and Virginia Beach, Va., rank as the three highest in the nation, according to a recent survey by The Tax Foundation. The Tax Foundation, a Washington, D.C.-based think tank, released the study earlier this month. It ranked combined sales taxes and the growing number of specific municipal taxes on meals. Minneapolis led the ranking with a sales tax of 7.775 percent, and an additional meals tax of 3 percent, for a combined tax on ...

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