New Year, New Tax Rates

New Year, New Tax Rates

The following sales/use tax jurisdictions made changes effective January 1, 2018.

In Alabama, tax rates changed for Center Point, Good Hope, Waverly and for Covington County.

In Arkansas, tax rates changed for Brinkley, Bull Shoals, De Witt, Franklin County, Hamburg, Malvern, Mountain Home, North Little Rock, Tontitown and Woodruff County. There have also been updates state wide to taxes on candy and soda.

In Arizona, tax rates changed for Globe and Prescott.

In Colorado, tax rates changed for Firestone, Fort Morgan, Haxton, La Junta, Larimer County, Longmont, Mesa County, Ouray County, Red Cliff, Rocky Ford, San Juan County and Wiggins.

In Illinois, tax rates changed for Assumption, Mount Vernon, New Lenox, Phoenix, Thornton, Williamsville and Woodstock.

In Kansas, tax rates changed for Herrington, Merriam and Mission Woods.

In Louisiana, tax rates changed for Lawtell, Lebeau, Morrow and New Iberia.

In Minnesota, tax rates changed for East Grand Forks, Fergus Falls, Garrison, Morrison County, Mower County, Nicollet County, Polk County, Stearns County and Walker.

In Missouri, tax rates changed for Campbell, Carrollton, Chariton County, Charleston, Clay County, Dunklin County, Garden City, Grandview, Kennett, Lawson, Macon, Rich Hill and Viburnum.

In North Dakota, tax rates changed for New Town.

In New Jersey, the state tax rate changed.

In New Mexico, tax rates changed for Chaves County, Eddy County, Rio Arriba County, Santa Fe County, Socorro County and Tijeras.

In Ohio, tax rates changed for Knox and Warren County.

In Oklahoma, tax rates changed for Boley, Major County, Midwest City, Oklahoma City, and Pryor.

In South Dakota, tax rates changed for Bruce and McLaughlin.

In Texas, tax rates changed for Big Sandy and Rice.

In Washington, tax rates changed for Pacific County and Port Angeles.

In Wisconsin, tax rates changed for Brown County.

In West Virginia, tax rates changed for Wayne, Weston and White Hall.

For December changes click here.

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