Texas Sales Tax Rate Changes, April 2013
- Sales Tax Rate Changes
- Mar 19, 2013 | Gail Cole
UPDATE 5.8.2014 Several Texas sales tax rates changed on April 1, 2014.
Ivanhoe, in Tyler County, has a new city sales and use tax of 1.25%. The new combined state and local tax rate is 8%.
The following cities have imposed additional city sales and use taxes:
|City/County||Local Code||Local Rate||Combined Rate||Purpose|
|Baird, Callahan County||2030022||2%||8.25%||IDC|
|Freer, Duval County||2066010||1.75%||8.25%||SMR|
|Lyford, Willacy County||2245023||2%||8.25%||IDC|
|San Antonio, in Bexar County||2015012||1.25%||8.25%||MDC|
- IDC: Economic and Industrial Development
- SMR: Municipal Street Maintenance and Repair
- MDC: Municipal Development Corporation
The special purpose district, Bridgeland Management District, has imposed a local sales and use tax of 1.0%. Bridgeland Management District is within the Houston MTA and is subject to that transit sales and use tax. Houston city sales and use taxes do not apply.
The following cities have abolished the Municipal Street Maintenance and Repair city sales and use tax. The new rates are listed below:
|City/County||Local Code||Local Rate||Combined State and Local Rate|
|Krum, Denton County||2061140||1.5%||7.75%|
|Nevada, Collin County||2043250||1.5%||7.75%|
|Yorktown, DeWitt County||2062014||1.25%||7.5%|