October 1st of every year usually sees many State and Local tax rates change and this year is no different. Here are changes in the General Retail Sales Tax rates.
- The Town of Orrville has increased their sales tax from 2.0% to 3.5%
- The Town of Red Level has increased their sales tax from 2.0% to 2.5%
- The City of Hoover has modified their sales tax rate from 3.0% to 3.5%
- More details of the changes in Alabama can be found here
ARIZONA: Although commonly referred to as a sales tax, the Arizona Transaction Privilege Tax (TPT) is actually a tax on a vendor for the privilege of doing business in the state.
- Mohave County tax rate of .25% has been removed in the City of Kingman
CALIFORNIA: City rate changes listed below include the combine state and local rates.
- City of Chula Vista (San Diego County): from 8.25% to 8.75%
- Town of Corte Madera (Marin County): from 8.75% to 9%
- City of Grass Valley (Nevada County): from 8% to 8.5%
- City of Huntington Park (Los Angeles County): from 9.5% to 10.25%
- City of Kingsburg (Fresno County): from 7.975% to 8.975%
- City of Santa Cruz (Santa Cruz County): from 9% to 9.25%
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: The sales and use tax rate will increase from 5.75% to 6%
GEORGIA: Twenty-two counties increased they rates by 4% bringing the total sales tax rate to 8%
- Ware county increased to 9%.
- See the list here.
KANSAS: City and County rate changes, as well as special districts.
- City of Andover combined rate now 7.50%
- City of Harper combined rate now 8.0%
- City of Mission Hills combined rate now 9.225%
- City of Westwood combined rate now 9.475%
- For a detailed list of the other changes click here.
MINNESOTA: In the City of Worthington, the combined rate has been reduced to 6.875%
MISSOURI: Let’s just say, this state has an awful lot of changes. Here is the detail.
MISSISSIPPI: One change for the City of Tupelo, an additional .25% for ZIP 38801.
NORTH CAROLINA: Seven counties have a tax rate change for a total combined rate of 7.0%
NORTH DAKOTA: Some city changes as follows:
- City of Devils Lake increased the tax rate to 2.25% for a combined rate of 7.25%
- City of Fessenden approved a new tax rate of 2.0% for a combined rate of 7%
- City of Lisbon increased the tax rate to 2.5% for a combined rate of 7.5%
OHIO: In Montgomery County, the combined state and local rate will increase from 7.25 to 7.5 percent. In Tuscarawas County, the combined rate will jump from 6.75 to 7.25 percent.
OKLAHOMA: The city of Glencoe has a new 4.662% tax, and other cities increased their tax rates:
- Laverne: 2.25% to 3.25%
- McAlester: 3.5% to 3.75%
- Shawnee: 3% to 3.5%
Rogers county tax rate decreased from 1.833% to .8333%
TEXAS: The Hamlin Municipal Development District in Jones and Fisher counties is increasing the local sales and use tax to 0.5%. Rates are changing in the cities below, listed with the new combined rate:
- Boyd (Wise County), 8.25%
- Buffalo Gap (Taylor County), 8.25%
- Crystal City (Zavala County), 8.25%
- Fairchilds (Fort Bend County), 7.25%
- Fruitvale (Van Zandt County), 8.25%
- Hickory Creek (Denton County), 8.25%
- Peaster (Parker County), 8.25%
- Prosper (Collin County), 8.25%
- Prosper (Denton County), 8.25%
- Rio Vista (Johnson County), 8.25%
- Rule (Haskell County), 8.25%
- Saint Hedwig (Bexar County), 8.25%
- Sterling City (Sterling County), 8.25%
- Winona (Smith County), 8%
- Yorktown (DeWitt County), 8.25%
UTAH: The following counties will impose a new 0.25% county option highway and public transit sales and use tax
- Cache County
- Salt Lake County
- Summit County
- Tooele County
WYOMING: Carbon County rate decreased from 2% down to 1% for a total sales tax rate of 5%
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