Sales and use tax changes effective Jan. 1, 2013

January 2013

January 2013

Sales and/or use tax rates in the states of Alabama, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Illinois, Kansas, Louisiana, Minnesota, North Dakota, Nebraska, New Mexico, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, Vermont, and Washington have changed in Zip2Tax products effective Jan. 1, 2013.

In Alabama, tax rates changed in the cities of Brewton and Athens and in the county of Dallas.

In Arkansas, tax rates changed for the cities of Austin, Magnolia, Van Buren, and Yellville.

In California, tax rates changed statewide.

In Colorado, rates changed for the cities of Calhan, Feming, Fowler, Gilcrest, Holly, Nucla, and the counties of El Paso and San Juan.

In Florida, rates changed for Walton County.

In Georgia, rates changed for Whitfield County.

In Iowa, rates changed for Van Buren.

In Illinois, rates changed for Farmersville, Hopkins Park, Westchester and Cook County.

In Kansas, rates changed for Bennington, Council Grove, Jetmore, Leonardville, Moundridge, and the counties of Jackson, Lane and Riley.

In Louisiana, rates changed for Beauregard Parish and Catahoula Parish.

In Minnesota, rates changed for Willmar.

In North Dakota, rates changed for Buffalo, Fargo, Finley, Mott, Ray, Tioga, Wilton, and Wishek.

In Nebraska, rates changed for Juniata, Sterling, and Oxford.

In New Mexico, rates changed for Fort Sumner, Gallup, and the counties of Socorro and Taos.

In Ohio, rates changed for Richland County.

In Oklahoma, use tax rate changed for Cimarron County.

In South Dakota, rates changed for Ashton, Crooks, and Frankfort.

In Texas, rates changed for Staples.

In Vermont, rates changed for Bondville, East Jamaica, Pikes Falls and Jamaica.

In Washington, rates changed for Sequim and San Juan County.

In Wyoming, rates changed for Laramie and Platte Counties.

There were 9 states with ZIP code changes effective after December 2012 including California, Colorado, Maryland, Minnesota, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, and Texas. Download a complete list of the ZIP code changes.

For December 2012 changes click here.

Angel Sauer

Angel Sauer, sales tax research team leader

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