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Sales Tax Breakdown

 

State of Kansas

6.500%

Johnson County

0.500%

County Law Enforcement

0.250%

County Storm Water

0.100%

Public Safety

0.250%

Research Triangle (county-wide tax)

0.125%

City of Shawnee

1.000%

Shawnee Parks & Pipes

0.125%  

Shawnee Public Safety

0.125%

Shawnee Pavement 0.375%
County Public Safety Sales Tax 0.250%

 

Sales Tax Total:                                                                    
Source: City of Shawnee, 2016                 9.600%

2014 Property Tax (Mill Levy Total:
The City of Shawnee continues to provide a low and aggressive property tax rate to citizens. The mill levy for the City of Shawnee is 26.611. Shawnee is served is served by three school districts: Shawnee Mission, DeSoto and Olathe. The mill levy for property depends on the school district taxing entity:

 

School District

Mill Levy

Shawnee Mission

54.940

DeSoto

68.864

Olathe

67.774

 

 

By taxing entity

 

City of Shawnee

26.611

State of Kansas

1.500

Johnson County

19.590

JoCo Library

3.915

JoCo Park & Recreation

3.102

JoCo Community College

9.473

Subtotal

 

64.191              

 

 

 

Total Mill Levy by School District

 

Shawnee Mission (USD #512) 

119.131

DeSoto Schools (USD #232) 

133.055

Olathe Schools (USD #233) 

131.965

 

 

Source: City of Shawnee 2016

 

 

State of Kansas

Corporate Income Tax

For corporations whose business income is solely within state boundaries, the tax is four (4) percent of net income. In addition, net income in excess of $50,000 is subject to a three (3) percent surtax. For those corporations with business income both inside and outside the state, the net income attributed to the Kansas operation is based upon the percentage of the corporation’s business located in Kansas. A business’ tax obligation is determined by a three-factor formula using the proportion of sales, property and payroll in Kansas compared to total sales, property and payroll.

For more information on the State of Kansas’ taxing information please click here.

Source: www.kansascommerce.com 2015