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Weird state tax laws that are still on the books

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It's tax season and the April 15 deadline is approaching, so we thought this would be a good one to make you laugh away the tax-time blues.

Here's list of some of the weirdest state tax laws:

New York: Having your bagel sliced actually costs 8 cents

Utah: Businesses that hire nude or partially nude workers pay an extra 10 percent for all services.

Alabama: 10 percent tax on decks of cards with 54 cards or less.

Nevada: You actually get a free deck of cards for each tax return you file.

Connecticut: Adult diapers are taxed, but children's diapers are not taxed.

Maryland and Virginia: Each time a toilet is flushed in a home, it's taxed.

Read more:

15 Totally Bizarre U.S. Taxes - http://huff.to/11gSiSU

2-Minute Tax Tips: Weird Taxes - http://binged.it/11gSvWt

For tips, forms and more, check out our tax guide at myfoxphoenix.com/taxes.

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