State of Kansas
City of Shawnee
Total Sales Tax
Local Tax Rates
|Sales Tax Breakdown||4/1/17|
|State of Kansas||6.500%|
|County Public Safety Sales Tax||0.250%|
|County Law Enforcement||0.250%|
|Public Safety (formerly School District Tax)||0.250%|
|Research Triangle (county-wide tax)||0.125%|
|*City of Shawnee||1.000%|
|Shawnee Parks and Pipes||0.125%|
|Shawnee Public Safety||0.125%|
* The sales tax rate is higher at Ten Quivira Plaza Shopping Center at Shawnee Mission Parkway and Quivira (additional .5 percent) because a Community Improvement District is in effect.
* The sales tax rate is higher at Shawnee Plaza Shopping Center at Shawnee Mission Parkway and Pflumm (additional 1.0 percent) because a Transportation Development District is in effect.
2017 Property Tax (Mill Levy) Total The mill levy for the City of Shawnee is 26.614. Shawnee is served by three school districts (Shawnee Mission, DeSoto, and Olathe). The total mill levy for an individual property depends on the school district a property is in:
|School District||Mill Levy|
|By Taxing Entity|
|City of Shawnee||26.617|
|State of Kansas||1.500|
|Jo Co Library||3.901|
|Jo Co Park & Recreation||3.088|
|Jo Co Community College||9.266|
|Total Mill Levy by School District|
|Shawnee Mission (USD #512) *||115.823|
|DeSoto Schools (USD #232)||128.237|
|Olathe Schools (USD #233)||134.061|
State Business Tax Climate Index
State Individual Income Tax Rates
* The school district tax is divided into three components, with part of the tax assessed only on the appraised value less than $20,000. NOTE: The total mill levy may vary slightly if a property is also located in a cemetery district or other supplemental taxing unit.
State of Kansas Tax Rates
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.
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- Kansas has no inventory tax or franchise tax.
- Kansas cities or counties do not impose income or earnings taxes on personal or corporate income.
- Kansas does not impose a franchise tax.
- Kansas exempts the property tax on commercial and industrial machinery and equipment purchased or transferred into Kansas after June 30, 2006.