2019 Sales Tax Changes

This is a round up of Jan 1 2019 up coming sales tax changes.

Minnesota

Sales Tax on cigarettes will be 58.8 cents per pack of 20 cigarettes (for packages with a different quantity, adjust tax proportionally)

The following local sales and use taxes will start on January 1, 2019:
Dodge County 0.5 Percent Transit Sales And Use Tax
Goodhue County 0.5 Percent Transit Sales And Use Tax and $20 Vehicle Excise Tax
Sherburne County 0.5 Percent Transit Sales And Use Tax

Nebraska

Effective Jan 1, 2019, Pender will terminate its city sales and use tax rate, while Randolph and Wahoo will each increase their city sales and use tax rate to 2%. Also, Dakota City will start a city sales and use tax at the rate of 0.5%.

Municipal Boundary Changes effective Jan 1, 2019 https://bit.ly/2QaUbPo

Effective April 1, 2019, the following changes were made for local sales and use tax rates:

Ansley, DeWitt, Laurel, and Pleasanton will each start a 1% local sales and use tax rate.

Hubbard will start a 1.5% local sales and use tax rate.

Dakota City will increase its local sales and use tax rate to 1.0%.

Clay Center, Harrison, Oakland, Osmond, and Pender will each increase its local sales and use tax rate to 1.5%.

Beatrice, Fullerton, Grand Island, Loup City, Ord, Paxton, and Sargent will each increase its local sales and use tax rate to 2%.

Arizona

Huachuca City

Effective Dec. 1, 2018, Town of Huachuca City tax changes include increasing all TPT rates from 1.5% to 1.9%

Town of Marana

Effective Jan. 1, 2019, Town of Marana tax changes include decreasing the rate of taxation from the existing rate of 2.5% to a total of 2%

Flagstaff

Effective January 1, 2019, City of Flagstaff reduces the license fee from forty six dollars ($46) to twenty dollars ($20).

Georgia

Sales Tax Rates - Prepaid Local Tax (Motor Fuel for Highway Use)
Local sales and use taxes, collectively known as "prepaid local tax" changes on Jan 1 2019.

Florida

Okaloosa County Adds a 0.5% Local Government Infrastructure Surtax Beginning January 1, 2019

Indiana

Effective January 1, 2019, eight Indiana county income tax rates will increase. The eight counties and new rates are as follows:

Carroll County: 2.2733%, increased from 2.0733%
Cass County: 2.6%, increased from 2.5%
Dearborn County: 1.2%, increased from 0.6%
Grant County: 2.55%, increased from 2.25%
Hancock County: 1.74%, increased from 1.70%
Huntington County: 1.95%, increased from 1.75%
Jennings County: 3.15%, increased from 2.50%
White County: 2.32%, increased from 1.32%