Kansas imposes a 6.5% percent state retailers’ sales tax, plus applicable local taxes on the:
- Retail sale, rental or lease of tangible personal property;
- Labor services to install, apply, repair, service, alter, or maintain tangible personal property, and
- Admissions to entertainment, amusement, or recreation places in Kansas.
Cities and counties in Kansas may also levy a local sales tax. Each retailer reports and remits the total of the state and local retailers’ sales tax collected to the Department of Revenue.
See the frequently asked questions about city and county sales tax for more information.
Sedgwick County imposes a Countywide Retailers' Sales Tax in the amount of 1%, for a total sales tax of 7.5% (federal plus county taxes).
The Business Personal Property Division appraises all business’ tangible personal property, also known as commercial and industrial machinery and equipment. Article 11, Section 1 of the Kansas Constitution establishes that these assets are assessed at 25 percent of their appraised value.
Follow the link below to learn more about your obligations to pay property taxes related to your business.
City of Wichita Economic Development
Find more information about local business taxes on the City's Economic Development website.
Sedgwick County Treasurer
The Sedgwick County Treasurer also offers information on a variety of local business tax matters handled by the county.
Kansas Department of Revenue
Visit the Department of Revenue's website to learn more about state tax obligations your business may be obligated to pay.