Tax Structure - Clark County, Nevada 

Sales Tax Rate
Clark County, sales tax rate = 8.15​%

Property Tax Rate
Clark County, 2012-13 average county wide tax rate = 3.0631%  

Calculating Real Property Taxes
The formula for calculating real property tax is as follows:
Taxable Value x .35 = Assessed Value
Assessed Value x Tax Rate = Total Real Property Tax
For more information, please contact  the Tax Assessor’s Office at 702.455.3882

Calculating Personal Property Taxes
Using the Cost Conversion Factor tables in the Personal Property Manual, use the following formula to calculate the assessed value. The assessed value is the value on which taxes are calculated.
Actual Cost x Cost Index (for appropriate year) = Cost of Replacement
Cost of Replacement x Percent Good = Taxable Value
Taxable Value x .35 = Assessed Value
Assessed Value x Tax Rate = Total Personal Property Tax
For more information, please contact the Treasurer’s Office at 702.455.4323  


According to the Tax Foundation Nevada's 2013 Business Tax Climate Index Ranks 3rd

The Index compares the states in five areas of taxation that impact business: corporate taxes; individual income taxes; sales taxes; unemployment insurance taxes; and taxes on property, including residential and commercial property. Wyoming, Nevada, and South Dakota have no corporate or individual income tax, a major factor in the rankings.  Neighboring states were ranked as follows: California (48th), Utah (10th), and Arizona (25th). 


Nevada's State and Local Tax Burden Second-Lowest in Nation

Throughout the past three decades, Nevada's state and local tax burden percentage has consistently ranked among the nation's lowest, currently estimated at 7.5% of income (49th nationally), on par with the national average. Compared to the 1977 data, Nevada had a rate of 8.3% (45th nationally), dropping 0.8% overall. Currently Nevadan's pay $3,311 per capita in state and local taxes. 


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