Tax News Taxes On America’s Favorite Beverage: Soda Read the Article Open Share Drawer Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Written by Published Aug 16, 2011 - [Updated Sep 7, 2017] 0 min read 35 states have an additional sales tax on soda, a rate added to the general food tax rates on food and beverage products. A soda tax can be compared to a sin tax, however how high are soda tax rates and do they have the same effect sin taxes do on preventing unhealthy behavior? Will adding a soda tax potentially help raise enough revenue to put a significant dent in our nations deficit? These are some of the questions we want to answer, so let’s dive in. [intuit_tt_infographic id=8109] Previous Post Debt Ceiling Limit Increase Voted Into Law: What Does This… Next Post Gaming for Good with TurboTax and Toys for Tots Written by More from One response to “Taxes On America’s Favorite Beverage: Soda” […] Taxes On America’s Favorite Beverage: Soda […] Reply Leave a ReplyCancel reply Browse Related Articles Tax Tips Buy or Lease Your New Business Vehicle? Taxes 101 The American Opportunity Tax Credit: Benefits for Stude… Tax Deductions and Credits Can I Take a Tax Deduction for a Bad Investment? Self-Employed Self Employed: Living and Working Abroad? Here’s What… Tax Deductions and Credits All The Single Ladies…Put Your Tax Deductions Up! Tax Tips Are State Tax Refunds Taxable? Tax Planning What is a Tax Bracket? Tax Refunds Where’s My Tax Refund? How to Check Your Refund Statu… TurboTax News Go Behind the Scenes of the TurboTax Super Bowl File Co… Tax Tips Are You Ready for Some Football Tax Tips?