February Sales Tax Changes

February 1, 2019 saw a few changes in sales/use tax rates for the State of Arizona.

The city of Guadalupe has added 4% use tax on purchases and 4% use tax on inventory.  This now matches the 4% sales tax that was already in place for the City.

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The city of Scottsdale has increased the retail sales tax rate from 1.65% to 1.75%

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Check back here next month for more Arizona rate changes effective March 1st.


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January 2019 Sales and Use Tax Rate Changes

The January 2019 Sales and Use Tax Rate tables were available to our customers on Friday, December 21, 2018.  There are many changes, as usual, for the start of the year.  Here are the jurisdictions by State that have changes since December.

ALABAMA

  • The city of Oakman AL

ARKANSAS

  • The counties of Baxter, Grant and Perry.
  • The cities of Hamburg, Piggott

ARIZONA

  • The cities of Douglas, Kingman, Marana

COLORADO

  • The cities of Berthoud, Fleming, Georgetown, Conifer MDT, Eagle/Vail MDT, Black Hawk, Central City, Denver, Minturn, and Manitou Springs.
  • The counties of Chaffee, Larimer, and Saguache

FLORIDA

  • The counties of Alachua, Broward, Collier, Hillsborough, Lee, Martin, Okaloosa, Saint Lucie, Washington

HAWAII

  • The counties of Hawaii and Kauai

IOWA

  • The cities of Warrant (unincorporated), New Virginia, and Saint Mary’s.
  • The city of Shelby was corrected so the 1% is now in the County rate column instead of the City rate column.

IDAHO

  • The city of Sun Valley

ILLINOIS

  • The cities of Belvidere, Harvey, Rockdale, and West Chicago.
  • The counties of Henry and Stark

KANSAS

  • The cities of Arkansas City, Glade, and Osawatomie

MINNESOTA

  • The counties of Goodhue, Dodge, and Sherburne.

MISSOURI

  • The cities of Clarksville, Caruthersville, Clarkton, Clever, Fredericktown, Indian Point, Greenwood, Lathrop, Matthews, New Hampton, Pendleton, and Pine Lawn.
  • The counties of Dekalb and Pike

NORTH DAKOTA

  • The cities of Bowman, Burlington, Enderlin, New Salem, and Towner.

NEBRASKA

  • The cities of Pender, Wahoo, Dakota City, and Randoph.

NEW MEXICO

  • The cities of Rio Rancho, Raton, Anthony, Aztec, Bayard, and Farmington.
  • The counties of Mora and Sandoval

OHIO

  • The county of Stark.

OKLAHOMA

  • The cities of Dustin and Hennessy
  • The counties of Jackson and Harmon

SOUTH DAKOTA

  • The cities of Trent and Interior; and the outlying boundaries of Winner.

TENNESSEE

  • The county of Macon.

TEXAS

  • Childress/Childress Municipal Development District
  • Sweetwater/Sweetwater Municipal Development District

UTAH

  • The county of Beaver

WASHINGTON STATE

  • Transportation Benefit Districts in Ephrata, Marysville and Ocean Shores

 

November 1st Sales & Use Tax Rate Changes

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The November 1st sales & use tax rate changes are minimal compared to last month.

Alabama
  • New local rate for Sweet Water in Marengo county bringing the total sales tax rate to 9.0%
  • Cardiff in Jefferson county is now at 10%.
Arizona
  • Cottonwood, in Yavapai County has increased to a total rate of 10.0%
Colorado
  • Fort Carson in El Paso County is now showing a total rate of 5.13%
Louisiana
  • Saint Tammany parish had a rate expiration, bringing the new total rate to 8.50%
Utah
  • White City in Salt Lake county is now at 7.10%

Remote Sellers – The New Sales Tax Rules

If you are selling to states that have the new “Economic Nexus” rules, you may need to start collecting and paying sales tax…even in you do not have “physical nexus”.

Click here to find out more including a handy chart to help you sort it out.

 

October 1st Sales & Use Tax Rate Changes

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.

ALABAMA: 

  • 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

ARKANSAS:

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%

  • Clay
  • Gaston
  • Jones
  • Lincoln
  • Pasquotank
  • Rockingham
  • Rutherford

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%

Attention Remote Sellers:

Keep an eye on the chart for upcoming changes to the tax rules for you.  Then contact Teresa for assistance with getting all the tax data you need to stay in compliance!

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Internet Sales Taxes and Remote Sellers

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The United States Supreme Court ruled in South Dakota v. Wayfair on June 21, 2018, that states can require remote sellers to collect and remit sales tax on items delivered to locations within their state regardless of physical presence.

Remote Sellers

If you sell to a state, but do not have a physical presence in that state, you are now a Remote Seller.  As a remote seller, you will need to check with each state to determine if you are required to register in that state.

Who-What-Where-When-Why

Registration requirements, small business exemptions, effective dates, and other factors all vary by state.  Some states have not published their rulings yet; and other states don’t have plans to implement a ruling in the near future.

The following chart will be updated regularly as new information becomes available.  It is not legal advice, but it is an informative reference with links to the departments of revenues and their publications on the topic.

STATE$ Gross Receipts
Limit
# Retail Sales
Transactions
EFFECTIVE DATEDepartment of Revenue Links
Alabama$250,000October 1, 2018AL DOR Announement
ArkansasProposed $100,000Proposed 200TBDHouse Bill 1002 still in discussion.
Colorado$100,000200December 1, 2018CO Info for Remote Sellers
Connecticut$250,000200December 1, 2018CT DOR Announcement
District of Columia$200,000200January 1, 2019DC Internet Sales Tax Amendment Act of 2018
Georgia$250,000200January 1, 2019GA Requirements
Hawaii$100,000200July 1, 2018HI DOR Announcement
Indiana$100,000200October 1, 2018IN DOR Tax Bulletin
Iowa$100,000200January 1, 2019IA DOR Announement
Kentucky$100,000200July 1, 2018KY Ruling FAQs
Louisiana$100,000200January 1, 2019Louisiana DOR
Maine$100,000200July 1, 2018ME Help for Remote Sellers
Maryland$100,000200October 1, 2018MD DOR Tax Alert
Massachusetts$500,000100October 1, 2017MA DOR rule has been in effect since 2017
Michigan$100,000200October 1, 2018MI DOR Document
Minnesota$100,000100October 1, 2018MN Bulletin for Remote Sellers
Mississippi$250,000September 1, 2018MS DOR Guidance for Online Sellers
Nebraska$100,000200January 1, 2019NE DOR News Bulletin
New Jersey$100,000200October 1, 2018NJ DOR Notice for Remote Sellers
New York$300,000100January 1, 2019NYS DOR Announcement
North Carolina$100,000200November 1, 2018NC DOR Directive
North Dakota$100,000200October 1, 2018ND DOR
Pennsylvania$10,000March 1, 2018PA DOR
Rhode Island$100,000200RI DOR FAQs for Remote Sellers
South Dakota$100,000200October 1, 2018 SD DOR Remote Seller Law
Texas$500,000October 1, 2019
Utah$100,000200January 1, 2019Online Sales Tax Amendments
Vermont$100,000200July 1, 2018VT DOR
Virgina$100,000200TBD
Washington$100,000200October 1, 2018WA DOR
Wisconsin$100,000200October 1, 2018WI DOR FAQs
Wyoming$100,000200Date TBDWY DOR Page

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