Wyoming Tax FAQ
What is Wyoming’s tax structure?
Wyoming has one of the lowest tax burdens in the nation. In Wyoming, the extractive industries play a major role in generating revenues for state and local governments. In fact, it is estimated that minerals directly contribute roughly two-thirds of the State’s revenue.
What is the average tax burden of the average Wyoming citizen? How does Wyoming compare?
To see how Wyoming’s taxes compare to our neighboring states (includes Idaho, Montana, Colorado, South Dakota and Utah), visit our Publications page and click on “How Wyoming Taxes Compare Regionally.”
How do mill levies work? Who is responsible for assessing the mills?
For a complete understanding of mill levies in Wyoming, visit our Publications page and click on “Wyoming Property Taxation Report.” This annual county-by-county report details the assessed value and mill levies for all Wyoming taxing jurisdictions.