Bradley-Burns uniform local tax law

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The Bradley-Burns uniform local tax law, in California, allows a percentage to be added to a statewide sales tax, with the proceeds applied to benefit counties and cities of that state. Generally the revenue obtained from the uniform local tax funds various county and city needs such as transportation and operation funds.

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See California in Sales taxes in the United States

California State Board of Equalization link to the Bradley-Burns Uniform Local Sales and Use Tax