Taxation in Oregon

Updated on Tuesday 04th December 2018

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A business in Oregon is subject to the corporate income tax which is also known as the corporate excise tax. This is applicable to traditional businesses in Oregon with the mention that, if the business profits are passing through you personally, that income will be subject to the taxation of personal incomes. We invite you to talk to our team of company formation specialists in USA and ask for support in company formation in USA, plus information about the tax regime for each state, including Oregon.
 

What is the corporate income tax in Oregon?


There are two marginal tax rates and the bigger one applies to profits of more than 1%million and that is set at a rate of 7.6% and a flat fee of $66,000. The following table shows information about the minimum tax based on Oregon sales breaks:
Sales    Tax
Between 0$ and $500,000  $150
Between $500,000 and $999,999 $500
Between $1 million and $1,999,999 $1,000
Between $2million and $2,999,999 $1,500
Between $3 million and $4,999,999 $2,000
Between $5 million and $6,999,999  $4,000
Between $7 million and $9,999,999  $7,500
Between $10 million and $24,999,999 $15,000
Between $25 million and $49,999,999 $30,000
Between $50 million and $74,999,999 $50,000
Between $75 million and $99,999,999  $75,000
For more than $100 million $100,000
 
We suggest you talk to our company formation agents in USA and find out more about the taxes you need to pay in Oregon. Also, if you are an investor looking to start a business in USA, you may address your questions to our consultants.
 

What is the sales tax rate in Oregon?

 
Oregon aligns with the states which do not impose a sales tax, not even a local tax. However, one must observe the statewide income tax that ranges between 5% and 9.9%. We invite you to read the general guide to company incorporation in Oregon and find out information about how you can open a company in this state. 
 

Taxes for LLC in Oregon

 
The limited liability company in Oregon is considered a pass-through entity, just like the S corporations. This means that the incomes generated by an LLC are taxed in compliance with the personal contribution in the company, or on the part of the shares in the business. However, a minimum excise tax of $150 is applicable to LLCs in Oregon.

If you would like to know more about the tax regime in Oregon, we invite you to contact our company incorporation agents in USA.