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State & local government revenue sources

Washington state & local government revenue sources, Fiscal Year 2017

($ millions)

Source Amount
Sales & Gross Receipts Tax $24,586
Property Tax $11,122
Individual & Corporate Income Tax $0
Other Taxes $3,956
Education Charges $3,395
Hospital Charges $4,775
Other Charges $13,408
Interest Earnings $1,083
Other General Revenue $4,032
Total $66,356

Fiscal Year 2017

  • Washington is slightly more dependent on charges for services than the U.S. average.
  • Washington is one of a few states without personal or corporate income taxes.
  • Washington depends more heavily on excise taxes, including the general sales & use tax, selective sales taxes, and the gross receipts tax (business & occupation tax) than most any other state.
  • Washington is the only state with a general gross receipts tax - the Business & Occupation Tax.

Data source:

E-mail: OFM.Forecasting@ofm.wa.gov

Last updated
Monday, February 3, 2020
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