Keep more of your money in Bismarck-Mandan!

file folder and pens with a post-it note saying tax advantageNorth Dakota offers one of the more favorable tax environments for individuals and businesses. In 2022, North Dakota had the seventh-lowest state and local tax burden at 8.8%, per the Tax Foundation. Individual income taxes range from 1.1% to 2.9%. Based on income, corporate income tax rates vary between 1.41% and 4.31%. Property tax rates are approximately 0.95%, with exact calculations determined with Burleigh or Morton County. Find current rates with the North Dakota Office of State Tax Commissioner.

There is no personal property, inventory or production tax on most items in North Dakota.

The Sales Tax Handbook offers a comprehensive summary of the State of North Dakota sales tax rates, including:

  • The state and use tax is 5% for most items.
  • Burleigh and Morton County - 0.5%
  • Local sales tax: Bismarck - 1.5$, Mandan - 1.75%
  • The purchase of many products and services are exempt from sales or use tax. Please refer to North Dakota guidelines for the most accurate information.