Sales and Use Tax Changes as of Sept 1, 2019
Most rate changes occurred in Alabama this month.
The general sales tax rate for Macon County increased from 2.0% to 2.5%.
The city of Sumiton increased their general sales tax rate from 3.5% to 4.0%.
The Chilton County Commission has increased their general sales tax rate for sales made inside the corporate limits of Clanton, Jemison, Maplesville, and Thorsby from 2.0% to 3.0%. This is jurisdiction reporting code 7711.
The Chilton County Commission has increased their general sales tax rate for sales made
outside the corporate limits of Clanton, Jemison, Maplesville, and Thorsby from 2.0% to 4.0%. This is jurisdiction reporting code 7011.
The city of Luverne has increased their general use tax rate from 2.0% to 2.5%.
There was one rate change in the state of Arizona, where sales tax is referred to as Transaction Privilege Tax.
The rate for the city of Douglas is now 3.8%
A quick note: Remote Seller/Marketplace Facilitator Legislation in Arizona takes effect on October 1st. The ADOR is to announce in the coming weeks when license registration opens in September.
See our chart of Remote Seller guidelines for more information on all states.
We corrected a rate discrepancy in Clear Creek, Colorado. The rate is now 1.65%.
We clarified the placement of the rates in the South Dakota table for Indian country that participates in a tax collection agreement. Instead of appearing in the CITY columns, they are now in the SPECIAL DISTRICT columns with the corresponding jurisdiction reporting code. The rate did not change.
- ZIP 57764 Oglala
- ZIP 57570 Rosebud Indian Reservation
- ZIP 57625 Cheyenne River Reservation
- ZIP 57625 Standing Rock Reservation
- ZIP 57339 Crow Creek
Indian country that is part of a tax collection agreement is considered a Special Jurisdiction. All tax due in each Special Jurisdiction is reported on the state tax return using the code assigned to that Special Jurisdiction. The tax remitted is then distributed between the State and Tribal governments based on the tax collection agreements.
That’s it for September 1st changes. Hoping you have great Fall Sales!