Sales and use tax changes for October 2015

Sales and use tax changes for October 2015

Sales and use tax rates have changed in 16 states in Zip2Tax products since September 2015.

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

In Alabama, tax rates changed for Tallapoosa County, Grove Hill, Fayette, Evergreen and Dodge City.

In Arkansas, tax rates changed for Brinkley, El Dorado, and Western Grove.

In California, tax rates changed for Greenbrae and Monterey.

In Kansas, tax rates changed for Andover, Belleville, Buhler, Cherryvale, Eudora, Haven, LaCrosse, Lecompton, Meriden and Bourbon County.

In Louisiana, tax rates changed for Folsom.

In Minnesota, tax rates changed for Lyon and Scott Counties.

In Missouri, tax rates changed for Dent County, Salem, Henry County, Laclede County, New Madrid County, Sedalia, Bertrand, Bethany, Concordia, Country Club Hills, Crystal City, Fair Play, Galena, Hazelwood, Kirkwood, Miner, Rolla, St. John, Stanberry and Tipton.

In North Dakota, tax rates changed for Mandan.

In Nebraska, tax rates changed for Lincoln and Chadron.

In Ohio, tax rates changed for Lake County.

In Texas, tax rates changed for Stowell, Winnie, Rocksprings, Ropesville, Stratford, Gustine, Combes, Deer Park, Granger, Lake Dallas, Panhandle, Santa Rosa, Sonora, Southlake, White Deer and Yorktown.

In Utah, tax rates changed for Murray and Logan.

In Vermont, tax rates changed for Colchester.

In Washington, tax rates changed for Tumwater TBD.

In Wyoming, tax rates changed for Weston County.

There were 25 states with ZIP code changes effective after September 2015 including Alaska, Arizona, Colorado, DC, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Missouri, North Dakota, Nebraska, New Jersey, Nevada, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and West Virginia.A PDF document enumerating ZIP code additions and deletions can be made available upon request.

For September’s changes click here.

Angel Downs, Zip2Tax's ead tax researcher

Angel Downs, Zip2Tax’s lead tax researcher

As of November 2012, the following states tax shipping:

states tax shipping

states tax shipping

The following states tax shipping:

Arkansas
Connecticut
Georgia
Hawaii
Indiana
Kansas
Kentucky
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
North Carolina
North Dakota
Nebraska
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
Ohio
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Vermont
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin

Sales and use tax changes effective Jan. 1, 2013

January 2013

January 2013

Sales and/or use tax rates in the states of Alabama, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Illinois, Kansas, Louisiana, Minnesota, North Dakota, Nebraska, New Mexico, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, Vermont, and Washington have changed in Zip2Tax products effective Jan. 1, 2013.

In Alabama, tax rates changed in the cities of Brewton and Athens and in the county of Dallas.

In Arkansas, tax rates changed for the cities of Austin, Magnolia, Van Buren, and Yellville.

In California, tax rates changed statewide.

In Colorado, rates changed for the cities of Calhan, Feming, Fowler, Gilcrest, Holly, Nucla, and the counties of El Paso and San Juan.

In Florida, rates changed for Walton County.

In Georgia, rates changed for Whitfield County.

In Iowa, rates changed for Van Buren.

In Illinois, rates changed for Farmersville, Hopkins Park, Westchester and Cook County.

In Kansas, rates changed for Bennington, Council Grove, Jetmore, Leonardville, Moundridge, and the counties of Jackson, Lane and Riley.

In Louisiana, rates changed for Beauregard Parish and Catahoula Parish.

In Minnesota, rates changed for Willmar.

In North Dakota, rates changed for Buffalo, Fargo, Finley, Mott, Ray, Tioga, Wilton, and Wishek.

In Nebraska, rates changed for Juniata, Sterling, and Oxford.

In New Mexico, rates changed for Fort Sumner, Gallup, and the counties of Socorro and Taos.

In Ohio, rates changed for Richland County.

In Oklahoma, use tax rate changed for Cimarron County.

In South Dakota, rates changed for Ashton, Crooks, and Frankfort.

In Texas, rates changed for Staples.

In Vermont, rates changed for Bondville, East Jamaica, Pikes Falls and Jamaica.

In Washington, rates changed for Sequim and San Juan County.

In Wyoming, rates changed for Laramie and Platte Counties.

There were 9 states with ZIP code changes effective after December 2012 including California, Colorado, Maryland, Minnesota, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, and Texas. Download a complete list of the ZIP code changes.

For December 2012 changes click here.

Angel Sauer

Angel Sauer, sales tax research team leader

Sales and Use tax rate changes for July 2012

There were 22 states with sales and/or use tax changes and all 50 states had ZIP code additions and deletions since June.

Angel Sauer

Angel Sauer, sales tax research team leader

Sales and/or use tax rates in the states of Alaska, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Georgia, Illinois, Kansas, Louisiana, Minnesota, Missouri, North Dakota, Nebraska, New Mexico, Nevada, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, Vermont, Washington, and West Virginia have changed in Zip2Tax products since June 2012.

In Alaska, the sales and use tax rate changed for the cities of Akutan, Diomede, Gustavus, Hydaburg, Kiana, Klawock, Nenana, and Saxman.

In Arkansas, the sales and use tax rates changed for the county of Pike and the cities of Batesville, Blytheville, Crossett, Lincoln, Plumerville, and Salesville.

In California, tax rates changed for the cities of Fort Bragg and Campbell and for the county of Santa Clara.

In Colorado, tax rates changed for Larimer County and use tax rates changed for several cities.

In Georgia, tax rates changed for Dade County.

In Illinois, tax rates changed for 18 cities and 2 counties.

In Kansas, tax rates changed for the cities of Cimarron, Frontenac and Wellington.

In Louisiana, tax rates changed in Claiborne, Acadia, Ascension, Caddo, Lincoln, St. Tammany and West Feliciana Parishes and in the cities of Morgan City and Athens.

In Minnesota, tax rates changed for Fergus Falls, Hutchinson and Lanesboro.

In Missouri, tax rates changed in Barry and Greene counties and the cities of Willard, Butler, Nevada and Noel.

In North Dakota, tax rates changed for Fargo and Surrey.

In Nebraska, tax rates changed for Clearwater and Shelton.

In New Mexico, tax rates changed for the city of Artesia, and Otero and Taos counties.

In Nevada, tax rates changed in White Pine County.

In Ohio, tax rates changed in Richland County.

In Oklahoma, tax rates changed in the counties of Garvin, Delaware, Cherokee and Carter and in the city of Morris.

In South Carolina, tax rates changed for Greenwood County.

In South Dakota, tax rates changed in Peever.

In Texas, tax rates changed for Deer Park.

In Vermont, tax rates changed for Wilmington.

In Washington, tax rates changed in Ferndale, Tacoma, Walla Walla and Wenatchee.

In West Virginia, tax rates changed in Williamstown and Huntington.

There were 50 states with ZIP code changes effective after June 2012 including Alaska, Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, DC, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Iowa, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Maryland, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Mississippi, Montana, North Carolina, North Dakota, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, Nevada, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Vermont, Washington, Wisconsin, West Virginia and Wyoming.

Download a complete listing of all ZIP code changes since June 2012.

For June’s changes click here.