Sales tax rates – July 2015
Sales tax rates have changed in 20 states and Puerto Rico and there were 13 states with ZIP code changes in Zip2Tax products since June 2015. Sales and or use tax rates are changed in Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, California, Colorado, Iowa, Illinois, Kansas, Louisiana, Minnesota, Missouri, New Mexico, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Utah, Washington, and West Virginia.
In Alabama, tax rates changed for Cedar Bluff and Fairview.
In Arkansas, tax rates changed for El Dorado, Manila, Moorefield and Ouichita County.
In Arizona, tax rates changed for Graham County and the city of Marana.
In California, tax rates changed for the city of Weed.
In Colorado, tax rates changed for Georgetown.
In Georgia, tax rates changed for the counties of Muscogee and Whitfield.
In Iowa, tax rates changed for Lone Tree, Solon, Hills, Swisher and West Branch.
In Illinois, tax rates changed for Carbon Cliff, Carbondale, Coulterville, Crestwood, Deland, Elkville, Glenwood, Highwood, La Grange, Lyons, Montgomery, Morrison, Oglesby, Rantoul, Rock Falls, Toledo, Wadsworth, Westmont, and the counties of Calhoun, Greene, Jefferson, Jersey, Jo Davies, Knox, McDonough, Morgan, Perry, Piatt, Scott, White and Whiteside.
In Kansas, the state rate changed and there were tax rates changes for Clifton, Hutchinson, Lyndon, Marquette, and the counties of Gove, Morton, and Nemaha.
In Louisiana, tax rates changed for Winn Parish, Claiborne Parish, and Calcasieu Parish.
In Minnesota, tax rates changed for Hubbard County.
In Missouri, tax rates changed for Cape Girardeau, Hold County, Lawrence County, Buffalo, California, Concordia, Hannibal and Saint Joseph.
In New Mexico, tax rates changed for the counties of Bernalillo, Chaves, Dona Ana, Luna, Roosevelt, San Miguel, Santa Fe, Sierra, Torrance, Valencia, and the cities of Artesia, Sliver City, and Kirtland.
In Ohio, tax rates changed for the county of Richland.
In Oklahoma, tax rates changed for Barnsdall, Castle, Clinton, Colbert, Commerce, Foster, Rattan, Vici and the counties of Custer and Cotton.
In Puerto Rico, the possession tax rate changed.
In South Dakota, tax rates changed for Columbia and Westport.
In Texas, tax rates changed for Garrett, Sandy Oaks and Kendleton.
In Utah, tax rates changed for Farmington.
In Washington, tax rates changed for Sequim TBD and Dayton TBD.
In West Virginia, tax rates changed for Bolivar, Charles Town, Charleston, Martinsburg, Milton, Nitro, Parkersburg, Ranson, Thomas, Vienna and Wheeling.
There were 13 states with ZIP code changes effective after June 2015 including Alabama, Arizona, California, Florida, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Montana, North Carolina, Ohio, South Carolina, South Dakota, and Utah. A PDF document enumerating ZIP code additions and deletions can be made available upon request.
For June’s changes click here.
Angel Downs, Zip2Tax’s lead tax researcher