Sales and/or use tax rates in the states of Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, California, Georgia, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, North Carolina, North Dakota, Nevada, Ohio, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah and Washington have changed in Zip2Tax products since March 2014.
In Alabama, tax rates changed for Lanett.
In Alaska, tax rates changed for Sitka, Skagway and Whittier.
In Arkansas, tax rates changed for Brookland, Cherry Valley, Guy, Keiser, Lepanto, Benton, Barling, Greenwood, Cave City, Forrest City, Clay County, Independence County and Prairie County.
In California, tax rates changed for Antioch, Huron, Larkspur, San Anselmo, San Rafael, Stockton, Scotts Valley, El Monte and Rohnert Park.
In Georgia, tax rates changed for the counties of Floyd, Habersham, Pierce, Rockdale and Twiggs.
In Kansas, tax rates changed for Arkansas City, Holton, Kiowa and Olathe.
In Minnesota, tax rates changed for the counties of Beltrami and Wadena.
In Missouri, tax rates changed for the counties of Buchanan, Montgomery and Ralls and the cities of Steelville, Concordia, Doniphan, Unionville and Urich.
In North Carolina, tax rates changed for Harnett County.
In North Dakota, tax rates changed for Carrington, Ray and Cavalier.
In Nevada, tax rates changed for Nye County.
In Ohio, tax rates changed for the county of Marion.
In Oklahoma, tax rates changed for Locust Grove, Lexington, Antlers, Welch, Picher, Cameron and the counties of McCurtain and Major.
In Texas, tax rates changed for Malone, Palmview, Coupland, Josephine and Kosse.
In Utah, tax rates changed for Lindon and Helper.
In Washington, tax rates changed for Airway Heights, Leavenworth, Roy and the counties of Asotin, Columbia, Grays Harbor and Okanogan.
There were 8 states with ZIP code changes effective after March 2014 including California, Maine, Minnesota, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania and Washington.
Download the full ZIP code change documentation.
For March’s changes click here.
Angel Sauer, sales tax research team leader
Lucinda Rowlands has been the general manager at Zip2Tax since 2010. She has extensively researched sales and use tax regulations in order to help small businesses navigate complicated tax rules.