What is California's luxury tax?


The luxury tax in California is a state tax on luxury goods such as expensive cars, jewelry, boats, or homes. There is a price threshold for what is considered a "luxury" item, although the prices vary depending on the product.
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no their is no luxury tax in california anymore.
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Each year, a payroll threshold is established (170m this season, according to Wikipedia) Any team that spends more than that limit is taxed on the amount by which they exceed the
There isn't one.
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