Tax Changes for September 2017

Tax Changes for September 2017

Tax Rate Changes for September 2017

Only two states have tax changes for September 2017.

Sales Tax Rate changes in West Virginia

Tax rates changes were noted in Wayne and Wardensville counties effective September 1, 2017.

Find more information on West Virginia Sales Tax Rates:

West Virginia Sales Tax Rates 

September Sales Tax Rate Changes in Alabama

In the State of Alabama tax rate changes in September include the counties of Allgood and Greenville.

For the latest sales tax rates by state, visit our interactive sales tax rates by state page.

Find more information on Alabama Sales Tax Rates:

Alabama Sales Tax Rates 

ZIP Code Changes by State

There were 8 states with ZIP code changes effective after August 2017. These states with ZIP code changes include Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Minnesota, Ohio, Puerto Rico and Texas.

Tax Rate Changes for September 2017

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For August’s changes click here.

In the State of Alabama tax rate changes in September include the counties of Allgood and Greenville.

Sales and use tax rate changes for April 2015

Sales tax rates – April 2015

Sales and use tax rate changes in Zip2Tax products in 17 states since March 2015. There have been changes in Alaska, Arkansas, California, Georgia, Kansas, Louisiana, Minnesota, Missouri, North Carolina, North Dakota, Nebraska, Ohio, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah, Washington and Wyoming.

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

In Arkansas, tax rates changed for Barling, Cherry Valley, Dermott, Evening Shade, Higginson, Lead Hill, Lockesburg, Ward, Wilmot and Mississippi County.

In California, tax rates changed for Atascadero, Benicia, Coachella, El Cerrito, Guadalupe, Paradise, Pinole, Rancho Cordova, Red Bluff, Richmond, Sausalito, Stanton, El Cajon, and Alameda, Humboldt and Monterey Counties.

In Georgia, tax rates changed for the counties of Baker, Brooks, Chattahoochee, Clinch, Habersham, Liberty, Seminole and Twiggs.

In Kansas, tax rates changed for Eureka, Hoisington, La Harpe, Melvern, Shawnee, Wellington, and the counties of Dickinson, Gove, McPherson, Rooks, and Smith.

In Louisiana, tax rates changed for Epps, Terrebonne Parish, Delhi, Forest Hill, West Monroe, Colfax and Lafayette Parish.

In Minnesota, tax rates changed for the counties of Carlton, Saint Louis, and Steele.

In Missouri, tax rates changed for Ralls, Saint Francois, and Wright Counties, Park Hills, Brookfield, Liberty, Marshfield, Portageville, and Princeton.

In North Carolina, tax rates changed for the counties of Anson and Ashe.

In North Dakota, tax rates changed for Grafton, Jamestown, Killdeer, Kindred, Underwood and Williams County.

In Nebraska, tax rates changed for Benedict, Decatur, Elwood, Stanton, Upland, Utica, Bancroft, Bassett, Burwell, Duncan, Fairbury, Howells, Minden, Nebraska City, Norfolk, Rushville, Wayne, York and Dakota County.

In Ohio, tax rates changed for the counties of Hamilton, Lucas and Mahoning.

In Oklahoma, tax rates changed for Healdton, Nicoma Park, Elk City, Owasso and Grady County.

In Texas, tax rates changed for Lake Dallas, San Elizario, Bellevue, Ennis, Muchison, Progresso, Taft and Zapata County.

In Utah, tax rates changed for American Fork, Clearfield and Washington County.

In Washington, tax rates changed for North Bend, Seattle, Tonasket, Friday Harbor and Pacific County.

In Wyoming, tax rates changed for the counties of Crook, Johnson, Washakie, and Campbell.

There were 27 states with ZIP code changes effective after March 2015 including Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Massachusetts, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, North Carolina, Nebraska, New Jersey, Nevada, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington, and West Virginia. A PDF document enumerating ZIP code additions and deletions can be made available upon request.

For March’s changes click here.

Angel Downs

Angel Downs, Lead Tax Researcher

Sales and use tax changes in Zip2Tax products for March 2015

Sales tax rates – March 2015

Sales tax rates – March 2015

Sales and/or use tax rates have changed for Alabama, Arizona, Georgia, New York and South Carolina in Zip2Tax products since February 2015.

In Alabama, tax rates changed for Level Plains, Priceville, Littleville, Brantley, and Attalla.

In Arizona, tax rates changed for Flagstaff, Camp Verde, Bisbee, Oro Valley, and Apache Junction.

In Georgia, tax rates changed for Clayton.

In New York, tax rates changed for Horning and Cornell.

In South Carolina, tax rates changed for Aiken, Anderson, and Cherokee.

There were 14 states with ZIP code changes effective after February including Colorado, Connecticut, Kansas, Massachusetts, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Texas, Utah, Washington and the District of Columbia.

Download the full ZIP code change documentation.

For February’s changes click here.

Sales tax rates - March 2015

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 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

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