2022 U.S. E-Cigarette, Parts, and E-Liquid Tax Regulations Report


DUBLIN, March 9, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The “Tax Regulation for E-cigarettes, Parts and E-liquids in the US” report has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer.

This tax regulation report provides a detailed analysis and comparison of the existing tax systems in each state of the United States in relation to electronic cigarettes, their components and bottled liquid. The report includes a comprehensive list of e-cigarette definitions, taxation rules in each state, and additional visual data tables to understand tax burden information in the e-cigarette and e-liquid markets.

This report will be useful for existing and new brands, manufacturers, distributors, and market analysts engaged in the Electronic Cigarette business. In the report, sales, excise and special taxes and the calculated tax burden for different categories of vaping products are examined.

There have been sweeping changes in the taxation of vaping products in the United States in past years. Since the end of 2019, the number of states applying special excise duties on e-cigarettes and e-liquids has increased from 9 to 30 states (as of the end of 2021).

It is quite difficult to provide a comparison of the specific taxes introduced in different States, when there is no common basis for calculation. However, the calculation of the tax burden on the reference products has been carried out, the results being presented in this report.

In almost all states, e-cigarettes are subject to sales and use tax as tangible personal property, plus any additional local municipal taxes are applied. Particular attention should be paid to how the state determines taxable products: whether it only includes nicotine-containing products; if it applies to parts and accessories; if it applies to products made from synthetic nicotine. Generally, synthetic nicotine products are subject to tax definitions.

The major product categories analyzed in this report based on tax burden and end-user price are as follows:

  1. Pre-filled pods and cartridges, pre-filled disposables (closed systems);
  2. Bottled e-liquid;
  3. Devices, batteries and empty parts (open systems).

Main topics covered

  1. Abstract
  2. Federal Electronic Cigarette Product Tax Regulations
  3. State and local sales tax regulations for e-cigarette products
  4. Taxation of vaping products in the United States
  5. The references
  6. Appendix A. Special U.S. Federal Taxes Applied to Vaping Products
  7. Appendix B. US Federal Vaping Product Regulatory Definitions

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