Cigarette taxes vary from state to state, but generally range from 1.5 percent of gross domestic product to 3 percent.
There are many other factors that go into the calculation, such as the tax rate, the tax exemption level, and the type of product being taxed.
The most recent tax in California was 1.6 percent, and some states have additional taxes on cigarettes.
Some states have a one-time tax on the amount you owe, while some have no tax at all.
To get a better idea of the total tax on a product, here’s a chart of the state’s cigarette taxes for 2016: