Minneapolis leads the list with a combined tax of 10.775 percent on restaurant meals
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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