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STATE EXCISE TAXES ON VAPING PRODUCTS

 

GreenSmartLiving complies with all state laws and regulations. Please see below for a list of the states we sell to and their state-mandated excise taxes. If you have any questions, reach out to our Help Desk for more information.

California

California requires an excise tax that is equal to 56.93% of the wholesale price. To learn more, please visit the California Department of Tax and Fee Administration’s website here.

Colorado

Colorado imposes a gradually increasing excise tax on nicotine products, beginning on January 1st of each calendar year: 30% of manufacturer’s list price in 2021; 35% of manufacturer’s list price in 2022; 50% of manufacturer’s list price in 2023; 56% of manufacturer’s list price in 2024 through 2027; and 62% of manufacturer’s list price in 2027. You can read more here.

Illinois

Illinois requires an excise tax on vaping products that is equal to 15% of the wholesale price. You can read more here.

Kansas

Kansas requires an excise tax of $0.05/ml of liquid regardless of nicotine content. You can read more here.

Minnesota

Minnesota requires an excise tax equal to 95% of the wholesale on any electronic cigarette product or nicotine liquid. You can learn more here.

Nevada

Nevada requires that all e-cigarette products be taxed at a rate of 30% of the wholesale price. For more information, visit the Nevada Department of Taxation’s website here.

New Jersey

New Jersey requires that liquid nicotine be taxed at a rate of $0.10 per fluid milliliter. For more information, please visit the New Jersey Department of the Treasury’s website here.

New Mexico

New Mexico requires that closed system cartridges under 5ml be taxed at $0.50 per cartridge. You can read more here.

North Carolina 

North Carolina imposes a tax of $0.05/milliliter of consumable product. To learn more click here.

Ohio

Ohio has mandated a tax of $0.01/0.1ml (or the equivalent of $0.10 per milliliter) for cartridges, pods, e-liquids, kits, and devices that contain nicotine. To learn more, please visit the Ohio Department of Taxation’s website here.

Oregon

Oregon requires an excise tax equal to 65% of the wholesale price on devices, components (e.g., pods), and e-liquids (including nicotine-free liquids). To learn more about this tax, click here.

Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania has mandated for all vapor products an excise tax that is equal to 40% of the wholesale price. To read more about this tax, please visit the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue’s website here.

Virginia

Virginia requires an excise tax of $0.066 per milliliter. You can learn more about this tax on the Virginia Department of Taxation’s website here.

Washington

Washington State requires that closed system vapor products be taxed at a rate of $0.27 per milliliter. For more information, see the Washington State Department of Revenue’s website here.

Wisconsin

Wisconsin has mandated that vapor products be taxed at a rate of $0.05 per milliliter. To learn more, please visit the Wisconsin Department of Revenue’s site here.

Wyoming

Wyoming requires on all vapor products an excise tax that is equal to 15% of the wholesale purchase price. Please click here for more information about this tax.

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