Tax Changes for April 2017
Eureka! California Is Not Fooling Around!
In California, tax rates are changing as of April 1, 2017 for the following 41 cities:
Belmont, Chula Vista, Clearlake, Del Mar, Downey, East Palo Alto, El Centro, Fairfax, Fortuna, Fountain Valley, Hemet, Indio, Isleton, La Palma, La Quinta, Lakeport, Loomis, Lynwood, Madera, Martinez, Menifee, Newark, Orland, Placerville, Pleasant Hill, Ridgecrest, Riverside, Santa Monica, Santa Paula, St. Helena, Stockton, Suisun City, Temecula, Tracy, Ventura, Visalia, Wasco, West Sacramento, Westminster, Yreka, Yucca Valley.
For the California counties, tax rate changes affect Merced, Monterey, Nevada, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Sonoma and Stanislaus.
Now let’s take a look at some other states with changes.
In Alaska, tax rates changed for Sitka, Skagway, Seldovia and Whittier.
In Alabama, tax rates changed for Double Springs, Fruithurst, Moody, Littleville and Attalla.
In Arkansas, tax rates changed for Bald Knob, Cedarville, Haskell, Judsonia, Pleasant Plains, and the counties of Searcy, Saint Francis, White and Marion.
In Georgia, tax rates changed for the counties of Douglas, Fulton, Glynn, Liberty, and Pulaski and for the city of Atlanta.
In Kansas, tax rates changed for Burrton, Dearing, Edna, Hiawatha, Howard, Luray, Manhattan, Mullinville, Rolla, Stafford, Thayer, Towanda, Yates Center and the counties of Ford, Johnson, Sumner, and Thomas.
In Louisiana, tax rates changed for Carencro and Boyce.
In Minnesota, tax rates changed for Lake County.
In Missouri, tax rates changed for the counties of Benton, Douglas, Reynolds and Jackson and the cities of Granby, Greenville, Hallsville, Hartville, Overland, Rogersville, Vinita Park, and Wood Heights.
In North Carolina, tax rates changed for Wake County.
In Nebraska, tax rates changed for Beaver Crossing, Clarkson, Edison, Fort Calhoun, Greeley, Pilger, Blue Hill Central City, Fairfield, Chappell, Crete, and Pawnee City.
In Nevada, tax rates changed for the counties of Washoe and Clark.
In Ohio, tax rates changed for the counties of Lorain and Holmes.
In Oklahoma, tax rates changed for the counties of Mayes, Atoka, and Beckham and the cities of Healdton, Porum, Gate and Cyril.
In Texas, tax rates changed for Annetta North, Gustine, El Cenizo, Ivanhoe, Streetman, Kingsbury, Hughes Springs, and Sunset Valley.
In Utah, tax rates changed for the counties of Summit, Grand, and Millard and the cities of Millcreek, Payson, and Cedar Hills.
In Washington, tax rates changed for Snohomish County RTA, Spokane County RTA, King County RTA, Pierce County RTA, Kalama, Cowlitz County, Kitsap County, and Lincoln County.
In Wisconsin, tax rates changed for Kewaunee County.
In Wyoming, tax rates changed for the counties of Laramie, Hot Springs, Park, and Teton.
Phew! If that isn’t enough change for you, here are 31 states with ZIP code changes.
Alabama, Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Hawaii, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Missouri, Mississippi, Montana, North Carolina, Nebraska, New Mexico, Nevada, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington, Wisconsin, and West Virginia
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