Utah has state sales tax of 4.85%, and allows local governments to collect a local option sales tax of up to 3.35%. There are a total of 206 local tax jurisdictions across the state, collecting an average local tax of 2.05%.
What is the combined state and local sales tax rate for Utah?
For more accurate rates, use the sales tax calculator. The Utah (UT) state sales tax rate is 4.7%. Depending on local jurisdictions, the total tax rate can be as high as 8.7%.
What is Indiana’s combined state and local sales tax rate?
How much is sales tax in Indiana? The base state sales tax rate in Indiana is 7%. Local tax rates in Indiana range from 7.00%, making the sales tax range in Indiana 7.00%.
What is Utah’s sales tax rate?
The state sales tax rate in Utah is 4.850%. With local taxes, the total sales tax rate is between 6.100% and 9.050%. Utah has recent rate changes (Thu Jul 01 2021). Select the Utah city from the list of popular cities below to see its current sales tax rate.
What is Utah County sales tax rate?
Utah County, Utah sales tax rate details
The Utah state sales tax rate is currently 4.85%. The Utah County sales tax rate is 0.8%.
What is taxed at 3% in Utah?
You collect tax at the grocery food rate (3 percent) on the grocery food and the combined sales tax rate at your location for the clothing. See tax.utah.gov/sales/rates for current rates.
Which county in Utah has the lowest sales tax?
Counties marked with a in the list below have a county-level sales tax. You can also download an Utah sales tax rate database.
Utah County-Level Sales Taxes.
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What state has no sales tax?
Most states have sales tax to help generate revenue for its operations – but five states currently have no sales tax: Alaska, Delaware, Montana, New Hampshire, and Oregon.