As always, there are many changes to sales and use tax rates as of April 1st. If you are subscribed to Online Lookup or the API services, these rates will be reflected as of midnight on April 1st. If you are subscribed to our tax tables services, these rate tables are available for download from your Web login.
In Alaska, tax rates changed for Sitka, Skagway, Seldovia and Whittier.
In Alabama, tax rates changed for Opp, Wilcox County, Valley Head and Repton.
In California, tax rates changed for Mendocino County, Burlingame, Farmersville, Hawthorne, Larkspur, Palm Springs, Santa Barbara, Vacaville, Woodlake, La Mirada, and Nevada City.
In Georgia, tax rates changed for the counties of Dekalb, Haralson, Clarke, Colquitt, Decatur, Putnam, Walker, and Ware.
In Kansas, tax rates changed for the counties of Cowley and Finney, Alden, Baxter Springs, Danville, Herington, Palco, Tipton and Whitewater.
In Minnesota, tax rates changed for Kandiyohi County.
In Missouri, tax rates changed for Greene County, Granby, Archie, Branson, Dardenne Prairie, Fordland, Pagedale, Peculiar, Pine Lawn, Saint Louis, and Shelbina.
In North Dakota, tax rates changed for Edgeley, Grand Forks, Lincoln, and Mohall.
In Nebraska, tax rates changed for Norfolk.
In Oklahoma, tax rates changed for Johnston and Pontotoc Counties, Del City, Spencer, The Village and Wagoner.
In Texas, tax rates changed for Arp, Brock, Coupland, Darrouzett, Dennis, Devers, Kirbyville, La Villa, Oak Ridge, Panorama Village, Stratford, and areas of Palo Pinto and Potter Counties, and Sachse.
In Utah, tax rates changed for Syracuse, Fairview, and Cedar Hills.
In Washington, tax rates changed for the Counties of Clallam, Okanogan and Columbia, Connell, Ellensburg, Long Beach, Moses Lake, Mukilteo and Sequim.
In Wisconsin, tax rates changed for Calumet County.
In Wyoming, tax rates changed for Niobrara County.