February Sales Tax Changes

February 1, 2019 saw a few changes in sales/use tax rates for the State of Arizona.

The city of Guadalupe has added 4% use tax on purchases and 4% use tax on inventory.  This now matches the 4% sales tax that was already in place for the City.

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Printed from the Zip2Tax Desktop App

The city of Scottsdale has increased the retail sales tax rate from 1.65% to 1.75%

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Printed from the Zip2Tax Desktop App

Check back here next month for more Arizona rate changes effective March 1st.


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January 2019 Sales and Use Tax Rate Changes

The January 2019 Sales and Use Tax Rate tables were available to our customers on Friday, December 21, 2018.  There are many changes, as usual, for the start of the year.  Here are the jurisdictions by State that have changes since December.

ALABAMA

  • The city of Oakman AL

ARKANSAS

  • The counties of Baxter, Grant and Perry.
  • The cities of Hamburg, Piggott

ARIZONA

  • The cities of Douglas, Kingman, Marana

COLORADO

  • The cities of Berthoud, Fleming, Georgetown, Conifer MDT, Eagle/Vail MDT, Black Hawk, Central City, Denver, Minturn, and Manitou Springs.
  • The counties of Chaffee, Larimer, and Saguache

FLORIDA

  • The counties of Alachua, Broward, Collier, Hillsborough, Lee, Martin, Okaloosa, Saint Lucie, Washington

HAWAII

  • The counties of Hawaii and Kauai

IOWA

  • The cities of Warrant (unincorporated), New Virginia, and Saint Mary’s.
  • The city of Shelby was corrected so the 1% is now in the County rate column instead of the City rate column.

IDAHO

  • The city of Sun Valley

ILLINOIS

  • The cities of Belvidere, Harvey, Rockdale, and West Chicago.
  • The counties of Henry and Stark

KANSAS

  • The cities of Arkansas City, Glade, and Osawatomie

MINNESOTA

  • The counties of Goodhue, Dodge, and Sherburne.

MISSOURI

  • The cities of Clarksville, Caruthersville, Clarkton, Clever, Fredericktown, Indian Point, Greenwood, Lathrop, Matthews, New Hampton, Pendleton, and Pine Lawn.
  • The counties of Dekalb and Pike

NORTH DAKOTA

  • The cities of Bowman, Burlington, Enderlin, New Salem, and Towner.

NEBRASKA

  • The cities of Pender, Wahoo, Dakota City, and Randoph.

NEW MEXICO

  • The cities of Rio Rancho, Raton, Anthony, Aztec, Bayard, and Farmington.
  • The counties of Mora and Sandoval

OHIO

  • The county of Stark.

OKLAHOMA

  • The cities of Dustin and Hennessy
  • The counties of Jackson and Harmon

SOUTH DAKOTA

  • The cities of Trent and Interior; and the outlying boundaries of Winner.

TENNESSEE

  • The county of Macon.

TEXAS

  • Childress/Childress Municipal Development District
  • Sweetwater/Sweetwater Municipal Development District

UTAH

  • The county of Beaver

WASHINGTON STATE

  • Transportation Benefit Districts in Ephrata, Marysville and Ocean Shores

 

March 2018 Rate Changes

March 2018 Rate Changes

In Arizona, where sArizona TPTales tax is called Transaction Privilege Tax (TPT), rate changes are for Globe, Tucson, Prescott, and Sedona.
Arizona TPT Sales Tax Help Line Change
The Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) previously maintained a phone number specifically set up for transaction privilege tax questions.  It was: 1-844-698-9176.  This number is no longer in service.  Inquiries should now be directed to the following Customer Care phone numbers: Customer Care: 602-255-3381 or Toll-free from within Arizona: 1-800-352-4090
Also, coming up next month for Retailers: Effective April 1, 2018 FOR PINAL COUNTY ONLY, any retail single item portion over $10,000 shall be taxed at 6.7% using business code 367.

In other states, there are adjustments to our data for Central, AL and Kansas City, MO in Clay and Platte Counties.

There were 23 states with ZIP code changes effective after February 2018.  These include Alaska, Arkansas, Arizona, Connecticut, DC, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Missouri, North Carolina, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia, Washington and West Virginia.

For February’s changes click here.

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Tax Changes for July 2017

Rates July

July 2017 brings many changes to sales tax rates for 19 states.  Is your state listed?

In Alabama, tax rates changed for Citronelle, Hokes Bluff, Reform, Gurley, Albertville, Midland City and Ashville.

In Arkansas, tax rates changed for Damascus, Eureka Springs, Lamar, Lonoke, Plumerville and Garland County.

In Arizona, tax rates changed for Tucson and Payson.

In California, tax rates changed for Los Angeles County.

In Georgia, tax rates changed for the counties of Fayette, Randolph and Towns.

In Iowa, tax rates changed for Forest City.

In Illinois, tax rates changed for Bartonville, Lincolnshire, Carlock, Crete, Dix, Marion, Olympia Fields, Orland Hills, Pekin, Pittsburg, Sandwich, Spring Valley, Sterling, Villa Park, and the counties of Coles, Cumberland, Edgar, Iroquois, Jackson, Lee, Macon, McDonough, Montgomery, Peoria, Rock Island and Wabash.

In Kansas, tax rates changed for Butler and the counties of Kingman and Stevens.

In Minnesota, tax rates changed for Olmsted County.

In Missouri, tax rates changed for Doniphan, Eminence, Orrick, Piedmont and the counties of Macon, Marion, Monroe and Shelby.

In North Dakota, tax rates changed for Carpio.

In New Mexico, tax rates changed for Roswell, Clovis, Deming, Taos Ski Valley, Estancia and the counties of Bernalillo, Cibola, Hidalgo and Taos.

In Oklahoma, tax rates changed for Sperry and North Miami.

In South Dakota, tax rates changed for Dante, Lake City, Morristown and Toronto.

In Texas, tax rates changed for Hamlin.

In Utah, tax rates changed for Kearns and Magna.

In Washington, tax rates changed for Chehalis, Lacey and the county of Garfield.

In West Virginia, tax rates changed for Bluefield, Follansbee, Moundsville, New Cumberland, Princeton, Saint Albans, Shepherdstown, Sistersville and Wayne.

In Wyoming, tax rates changed for Niobrara County.

There were 13 states with ZIP code changes effective after June 2017 including California, Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, Mississippi, Montana, New York, Ohio, Puerto Rico, Texas, and Wisconsin.

For June’s changes click here.