Table 7.28

Range of State Corporate Income Tax Rates (For Tax Year 2022 – as of January 1, 2022)

  Tax brackets  
FIPS State or other
Tax rate (percent) Lowest Highest Number of
Tax rates
(percent) (a)
Federal income
tax deductible
01Alabama6.5Flat RateFlat Rate1


02Alaska0 - 9.425,000222,00010

0 – 9.4

04Arizona4.9 (b)Flat RateFlat Rate1

4.9 (b)

05Arkansas1.0 - 6.23,000100,0016

1.0 – 6.2

06California8.84 (b)Flat RateFlat Rate1

10.84 (b)

08Colorado4.55Flat RateFlat Rate1


09Connecticut7.5 (c)Flat RateFlat Rate1

7.5 (c)

10Delaware8.7Flat RateFlat Rate1

8.7 – 1.7 (d)

12Florida4.458 (e)Flat RateFlat Rate1

4.458 (e)

13Georgia5.75Flat RateFlat Rate1


15Hawaii4.4 - 6.4 (f)25,000100,0013

7.92 (f)

16Idaho6.925 (g)Flat RateFlat Rate1

6.925 (g)

17Illinois9.5 (h)Flat RateFlat Rate1

9.5 (h)

18Indiana5.25 (i)Flat RateFlat Rate1


19Iowa5.5 - 9.8100,000250,0013


20Kansas4.0 (k)Flat RateFlat Rate1

2.25 (k)

21Kentucky5.0Flat RateFlat Rate1


22Louisiana4.0 - 8.025,000200,0015

4.0 – 8.0

23Maine3.5 - 8.93350,0003,500,0004

1.0 (l)

24Maryland8.25Flat RateFlat Rate1


25Massachusetts8.0 (m)Flat RateFlat Rate1

9.0 (m)

26Michigan6.0Flat RateFlat Rate1


27Minnesota9.8 (n)Flat RateFlat Rate1

9.8 (n)

28Mississippi0 - 5.04,00010,0014

0 – 5.0

29Missouri4.0Flat RateFlat Rate1


30Montana6.75 (o)Flat RateFlat Rate1

6.75 (o)

31Nebraska5.58 - 7.81100,0002


32NevadaNo corporate income taxNo corporate income taxNo corporate income taxNo corporate income tax

No corporate income tax

No corporate income tax
33New Hampshire7.7 (p)Flat RateFlat Rate1

7.7 (p)

34New Jersey9.0 (q)Flat RateFlat Rate1

9.0 (q)

35New Mexico4.8 - 5.9500,0002


36New York6.5 (r)Flat RateFlat Rate1

6.5 (r)

37North Carolina2.5Flat RateFlat Rate1


38North Dakota1.41 - 4.31 (s)25,00050,0013

1.41 – 4.31 (s)



40Oklahoma6.0Flat RateFlat Rate1


41Oregon6.6 - 7.6 (u)1 million2

6.6 – 7.6 (u)

42Pennsylvania9.99Flat RateFlat Rate1


44Rhode Island7.0 (b)Flat RateFlat Rate1

9.0 (b)

45South Carolina5.0Flat RateFlat Rate1

4.5 (v)

46South DakotaNo corporate income taxNo corporate income taxNo corporate income taxNo corporate income tax

6.0 – 0.25 (b)

47Tennessee6.5Flat RateFlat Rate1




49Utah4.95 (b)Flat RateFlat Rate

4.95 (b)

50Vermont6.0 - 8.5 (b)10,00025,0003


51Virginia6.0Flat RateFlat Rate1


53WashingtonNo corporate income taxNo corporate income taxNo corporate income taxNo corporate income tax

No corporate income tax

No corporate income tax
54West Virginia6.5Flat RateFlat Rate1


55Wisconsin7.9Flat RateFlat Rate1


56WyomingNo corporate income taxNo corporate income taxNo corporate income taxNo corporate income tax

No corporate income tax

No corporate income tax
11Dist. of Columbia8.25 (b)Flat RateFlat Rate1

8.25 (b)


Compiled by the Federation of Tax Administrators from various sources January 2022.


✓ — Yes.
✕ — No.



Rates listed are the corporate income tax rate applied to financial institutions or excise taxes based on income. Some states have other taxes based upon the value of deposits or shares.


Minimum tax is $800 in California, $250 in District of Columbia, $50 in Arizona and North Dakota (banks), $400 ($100 banks) in Rhode Island, $200 per location in South Dakota (banks), $100 in Utah, $300 in Vermont.


Connecticut’s tax is the greater of the 7.5% tax on net income, a 0.26% tax on capital stock and surplus (maximum tax of $1 million), or $250 (the minimum tax).


The Delaware Bank marginal rate decreases over 4 brackets ranging from $20 to $650 million in taxable income. Building and loan associations are taxed at a flat 8.7%.


The Florida tax rate may be adjusted downward if certain revenue targets are met.


Hawaii taxes capital gains at 4%. Financial institutions pay a franchise tax of 7.92% of taxable income (in lieu of the corporate income tax and general excise taxes).


Idaho’s minimum tax on a corporation is $20. The $10 Permanent Building Fund Tax must be paid by each corporation in a unitary group filing a combined return. Taxpayers with gross sales in Idaho under $100,000, and with no property or payroll in Idaho, may elect to pay 1% on such sales (instead of the tax on net income).


The Illinois rate of 9.5% is the sum of a corporate income tax rate of 7.0% plus a replacement tax of 2.5%.


The Indiana Corporate tax rate is scheduled to decrease to 4.9% on July 1, 2021. Bank tax rate is scheduled to decrease to 5.0% on 1/1/22.


50% of the federal income tax is deductible.


In addition to the flat 4% corporate income tax, Kansas levies a 3.0% surtax on taxable income over $50,000. Banks pay a privilege tax of 2.25% of net income, plus a surtax of 2.125% (2.25% for savings and loans, trust companies, and federally chartered savings banks) on net income in excess of $25,000.


The state franchise tax on financial institutions is either (1) the sum of 1% of the Maine net income of the financial institution for the taxable year, plus 8¢ per $1,000 of the institution’s Maine assets as of the end of its taxable year, or (2) 39¢ per $1,000 of the institution’s Maine assets as of the end of its taxable year.


Business and manufacturing corporations pay an additional tax of $2.60 per $1,000 on either taxable Massachusetts tangible property or taxable net worth allocable to the state (for intangible property corporations). The minimum tax for both corporations and financial institutions is $456.


In addition, Minnesota levies a 5.8% tentative minimum tax on Alternative Minimum Taxable Income. Minnesota also imposes a surtax ranging up to $10,480.


Montana levies a 7% tax on taxpayers using water’s edge combination. The minimum tax per corporation is $50; the $50 minimum applies to each corporation included on a combined tax return. Taxpayers with gross sales in Montana of $100,000 or less may pay an alternative tax of 0.5% on such sales, instead of the net income tax.


New Hampshire’s 7.7% Business Profits Tax is imposed on both corporations and unincorporated associations with gross income over $50,000. In addition, New Hampshire levies a Business Enterprise Tax of 0.60% on the enterprise base (total compensation, interest and dividends paid) for businesses with gross receipts over $222,000 or enterprise base over $111,000, adjusted every biennium for CPI. The Business Profits Tax is scheduled to decrease to 7.5% for tax year 2022, if revenue targets are met.


New Jersey also imposes a 2.5% surtax on taxpayers with income over $1 million in tax year 2021. Small businesses with annual entire net income under $100,000 pay a tax rate of 7.5%; businesses with income under $50,000 pay 6.5%. The minimum Corporation Business Tax is based on New Jersey gross receipts. It ranges from $500 for a corporation with gross receipts less than $100,000, to $2,000 for a corporation with gross receipts of $1 million or more.


New York’s General business corporate rate shown. The Corporate Stocks Tax was eliminated for tax year 2021. A minimum tax ranges from $25 to $200,000, depending on receipts ($250 minimum for banks). Certain qualified New York manufacturers pay 0%.


North Dakota imposes a 3.5% surtax for filers electing to use the water’s edge method to apportion income.


Ohio no longer levies a tax based on income (except for a particular subset of corporations), but instead imposes a Commercial Activity Tax (CAT) equal to $150 for gross receipts sitused to Ohio of between $150,000 and $1 million, plus 0.26% of gross receipts over $1 million. Banks continue to pay a franchise tax of 1.3% of net worth. For those few corporations for whom the franchise tax on net worth or net income still applies, a litter tax also applies.


Oregon’s minimum tax for C corporations depends on the Oregon sales of the filing group. The minimum tax ranges from $150 for corporations with sales under $500,000, up to $100,000 for companies with sales of $100 million or above. Oregon also imposes Corporate Activity Tax [CAT] of $250 plus 0.57% of activity in excess of $1 million.


South Carolina taxes savings and loans at a 6% rate.


Texas imposes a Franchise Tax, otherwise known as margin tax, imposed on entities with more than $1,130,000 total revenues at rate of 0.75%, or 0.375% for entities primarily engaged in retail or wholesale trade, on lesser of 70% of total revenues or 100% of gross receipts after deductions for either compensation or cost of goods sold.