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The State places a ten cent tax on every gallon of gasoline used by consumers. What type of tax is this an example of: a. sales tax c. income tax b. excise tax d. customs duty
The State places a ten cent tax on every gallon of gasoline used by consumers. What type of tax is this an example of EXCISE TAX.
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User: The State places a ten cent tax on every gallon of gasoline used by consumers. What type of tax is this an example of: a. sales tax c. income tax b. excise tax d. customs duty

Weegy: It is an example of a -a. sales tax.
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