Sales and use tax changes for February 2015

Sales tax rates – February 2015

Sales tax rates – February 2015

Sales and/or use tax rates have changed in one state in Zip2Tax products since January 2015. 

In Alabama, sales and use tax changes took effect for Parrish, Crenshaw County and Geneva County.

There were 11 states with ZIP code changes effective after January 2015 including California, Colorado, Illinois, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, North Carolina, New Jersey, Virginia and Vermont.

For rate changes that have taken effect in January of 2015, see this article.

Download the full ZIP code change documentation.

Angel Sauer

Sales and use tax changes in Zip2Tax products for January 1, 2015

Sales tax rates – January 2015

Sales tax rates – January 2015

20 sales and use tax changes in Zip2Tax products since December 2014. There were changes in Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Kansas, Louisiana, Minnesota, Missouri, North Dakota, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas, Washington and Wyoming.

In Alabama, tax rates changed for Semmes, Cordova, Pine Hill, Piedmont, Florala and Hillsboro.

In Arkansas, tax rates changed for Farmington, Gassville, Harrison, Jonesboro and Quitman.

In Arizona, tax rates changed for Coconino County.

In Colorado, tax rates changed for Denver, Brush, Idaho Springs, La Veta, Boulder County and City, Larimer County, and Windsor.

In Florida, tax rates changed for Brevard, Charlotte, De Soto, Escambia, Hernando, Highlands, Leon, Monroe, Orange, Seminole and Volusia Counties.

In Georgia, tax rates changed for Brooks, Chattahoochee, Clinch, Muscogee, Seminole, Spalding and Twiggs Counties.

In Idaho, tax rates changed for Ketchum.

In Illinois, tax rates changed for Gurnee, New Baden, Skokie, Trenton, Vernon Hills, Waukegan, and Wilmette.

In Kansas, tax rates changed for Cherokee, Edwardsville, Goddard, Herington, Leon, Luray, Randolph, Smith Center, Utica and Chase County.

In Louisiana, tax rates changed for Doyline and Homer.

In Minnesota, tax rates changed for Todd and Fillmore Counties.

In Missouri, tax rates changed for Ralls and Webster Counties, Hazelwood, Jennings, St. Ann, Sparta and Warson Woods.

In North Dakota, tax rates changed for Beulah, Fredonia, Harvey, Hazelton, Lignite, and Velva.

In Nebraska, tax rates changed for Battle Creek and David City.

In New Mexico, tax rates changed for Colfax, Curry, Grant, Harding, Quay, San Juan, San Miguel, Sierra and Valencia Counties, and Vaughn and Lovington.

In Oklahoma, tax rates changed for Comanche, Leflore, Logan, and Mayes Counties, and Bridgeport, Bethel Acres and Glencoe.

In South Dakota, tax rates changed for Veblen.

In Texas, tax rates changed for China Grove and Maypearl.

In Washington, tax rates changed for Benton County, Ephrata, and Monroe.

In Wyoming, tax rates changed for Washakie County.

There were 13 states with ZIP code changes effective after December 2014 including Arkansas, California, DC, Illinois, Kentucky, Maine, North Carolina, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Tennessee and Texas.

To see rate changes that took effect in December 2014 please visit this article.

Download the full ZIP code change documentation.

For December 2014 changes click here.

Angel Sauer

Sales and use tax changes for October 2014

Sales tax rate changes October 2014

Sales tax rate changes October 2014

Sales and/or use tax changes for 16 states in Zip2Tax products since September 2014. There were changes in Alaska, Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Idaho, Kansas, Minnesota, North Carolina, Nebraska, Nevada, Oklahoma, Ohio, Texas and Washington.

In Alaska, tax rates changed for Sitka, Skagway and Whittier.

In Alabama, tax rates changed for Enterprise, Childersburg, Greensboro, Marion, Tuskegee, Jackson, Trafford and Union.

In Arizona, tax rates changed for Flagstaff.

In Arkansas, tax rates changed for Crawfordsville, Ekins, Greers Ferry, Cleveland County, Crawford County and Crittenden County.

In California, tax rates changed for Anderson, Cotati, Davis, Hayward, San Pablo, Truckee and Watsonville.

In Idaho, tax rates changed for Nez Perce County.

In Kansas, tax rates changed for Fairway and Mulvane.

In Minnesota, tax rates changed for Douglas County.

In North Carolina, tax rates changed for Davidson County.

In North Dakota, tax rates changed for Burleigh County, Leeds, Morton County, Watford City and West Fargo.

In Nebraska, tax rates changed for Fairfield, Hickman, Atkinson and La Vista.

In Nevada, tax rates changed for Carson City.

In Oklahoma, tax rates changed for the counties of Greer, Latimer, Marshall, Washita and Logan and the cities of Kiowa, Kaw City and Chouteau.

In Ohio, tax rates changed for Erie County.

In Texas, tax rates changed for Tatum, Aubrey, Annetta, Fayetteville, Lakeport, Rogers, Shavano Park, Terrell Hills, Lucas and Tuscola.

In Washington, tax rates changed for Marysville TBA.

There were 12 states with ZIP code changes effective after September 2014 including Alabama, California, DC, Delaware, Massachusetts, North Dakota, New Hampshire, New Mexico, Ohio, Oregon, Tennessee and Texas.

Download the full ZIP code change documentation.

For September’s changes click here.

Angel Sauer

Angel Sauer, sales tax research team leader

Sales and use tax changes effective July 1, 2014

Sales tax rate changes July 1, 2014

Sales tax rate changes July 1, 2014

Sales and/or use tax rates have changed in Zip2Tax products in the states of Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Colorado, Illinois, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas and Vermont since June 2014.

InAlabama,  tax rates changed for Pleasant Grove, Parrish, Castleberry, Eva and Graysville.

In Arkansas, tax rates changed for Bella Vista, Bradford, Fort Smith, Horatio, Mountain Home, Searcy, Stuttgart, Calhoun County and Yell County.

In Georgia, tax rates changed for Pickens County.

In Colorado, tax rates changed for Estes Park, Keenesburg, Gypsum and Montrose.

In Kansas, tax rates changed for Downs, Haysville, Leavenworth, Liberal, Little River, McCune and Winfield.

In Minnesota, tax rates changed for Becker County.

In Missouri, tax rates changed for Scotland County, Memphis, and Salisbury.

In New Mexico, tax rates changed for the counties of Catron, Cibola, Mora, and Otero.

In North Dakota, tax rates changed for Michigan, Mino, and Velva.

In Oklahoma, tax rates changed for Tulsa, Tulsa County, Haskell County, Adair County, Broken Bow, Hulbert, Pauls Valley, and Jennings.

In South Dakota, tax rates changed for Fairview and Roscoe.

In Tennessee, tax rates changed for Blount County.

In Texas, tax rates changed for Bartlett and New Berlin.

In Vermont, tax rates changed for St. Albans.

There were 17 states with ZIP code changes effective after June 2014 including Alaska, California, Kentucky, Maryland, Missouri, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Vermont and Washington.

Download the full ZIP code change documentation.

For June’s changes click here.

Angel Sauer

Angel Sauer, sales tax research team leader

Sales and or use tax changes for May 2014

Sales tax rate changes May 1, 2014

Sales tax rate changes May 1, 2014

Sales and/or use tax rates in the states of Alabama, Alaska, Idaho and South Carolina have changed in Zip2Tax products since April 2014.

In Alabama, tax rates changed for Gantt, Jemison and Falkville.

In Alaska, tax rates changed for Klawock, Petersburg Borough, Scammon Bay, Selawik and Wasilla.

In Idaho, tax rates changed for Ketchum.

In South Carolina, tax rates changed for Horry County.

There were 6 states with ZIP code changes effective after April 2014 including California, the District of Columbia,  Iowa, Kentucky, Nebraska and New York.

Download the full ZIP code change documentation.

For April’s changes click here.

Angel Sauer

Angel Sauer, sales tax research team leader

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