Sales and/or use tax changes for May 2012

Sales and Use tax changes for May 2012

Sales and Use tax changes for May 2012

Sales and/or use tax rates in the states of Alabama, Colorado, Louisiana, Minnesota, Missouri, South Dakota and Wyoming have changed in Zip2Tax products since April 2012.

Sales and Use tax changes for May 2012, Sales Tax Research Team Leader

Angel Sauer, Sales Tax Research Team Leader

In Alabama, the sales and use tax rate changed for the city of Anniston.

In Colorado, the sales and use tax rates changed for the cities of Castle Pines North, Castle Rock and Lone Tree.

In Louisiana, the sales and use tax rates changed for Acadia and Lafayette Parishes.

In Minnesota, the sales tax rates changed for the city of Saint Paul.

In South Dakota, the sales and use tax rate changed for the cities of Pactola Lake, Hisega, Rockerville, and Silver City.

In Wyoming, the sales and use tax rate changed for the county of Laramie.

There were 12 states with ZIP code changes effective after April 2012 including California, Colorado, Georgia, Maryland, Maine, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Texas, and Wisconsin.

For April’s changes click here.

Sales tax rate changes for January 2012

Sales tax rate changes January 2012

Sales tax rate changes January 2012

By Angel Sauer

Angel Sauer

Angel Sauer, sales tax research team leader

Sales Tax Research Team Leader

  • In Arkansas, the sales tax rates changed for the cities of Batesville, Carlisle, Cherokee Village, Gurdon, Little Rock, Marmaduke, Paragould, and Rockport.
  • In Colorado, the sales tax rates changed for the cities of Fort Lupton, Superior and Wellington, the counties of Arapahoe, Jackson, Larimer, Logan and Mesa and the Special Districts of Aspen Park Metropolitan District (in Confer), Mountain village, Steamboat Springs and Sterling.
  • In Florida, the sales tax rates changed for the counties of Alachua, Liberty, Martin, and Seminole.
  • In Georgia, the sales tax rates changed for the counties of Glynn, Greene, and Whitfield.
  • In Illinois, the sales tax rates changed for the cities of Addison, Cortland, Gilberts, Johnston City, Joliet, New Lenox, Peoria Heights (in counties of Peoria, Tazewell, and Woodford), Peru, West Peoria, and Winnebago. The sales tax rates changed for the counties of Cook, Franklin and Logan. The sales tax rates also changed for the Business Districts of Carlyle Green Mount, Frank Scott Parkway, The Parkway North, RT 15 South Green Mount Road, Farm Creek, and Shoppes at St. Clair Square, Mount Prospect Business District 1, Westside, and Kendall Marketplace.
  • In Iowa, the local option sales tax Sunset Dates were removed or extended for many cities in the jurisdictions of Adair, Hamilton, Marshall and Washington.
  • In Kansas, the sales tax rates changed for the cities of Beloit, Chapman, Ulysses, Yates Center and for the Community Improvement Districts of Kansas City Shawnee Plaza and Olathe Heart of America.
  • In Minnesota, the sales tax rates changed for the cities of Fergus Falls, Hutchinson, and Lanesboro.
  • In North Carolina, the sales tax rate changed for the county of Halifax.
  • In North Dakota, the sales tax rates changed for the cities of Bisbee, Fairmount, and Hope.
  • In New Mexico, the sales tax rates changed for the cities of Clovis, Anthony, Jal, Alamogordo, Cloudcroft, Tularosa, Elephant Butte and Truth or Consequences and for the county of Otero.
  • In Oklahoma, the sales and/or use tax rates changed for the cities of Castle, Healdton, Midwest City, and Arcadia and for the counties of McIntosh, Canadian, and Hughes.
  • In South Dakota, the sales tax rates changed for the cities of Bruce, Camp Crook, Frankfort, and Oldham.
  • In Washington, the sales tax rates changed for the cities of Snohomish, Twisp and Winthrop and the county of Walla Walla.
  • In Wyoming, the sales tax rate changed for the county of Sweetwater.
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