New Mexico: Local Rate Changes, July 2013
- Sales Tax Rate Changes
- Aug 15, 2013 | Gail Cole
In lieu of a sales tax, New Mexico has a gross receipts tax; the two types of taxes feel similar to consumers.
The New Mexico Taxation and Revenue Department releases tax rate schedules for counties and municipalities twice each year: one for January through June and one for July through December. The latest rate schedule reveals a number of local rate changes.
Dona Ana County
The rate in the municipality of Anthony increased from 7.25% to 7.375%.
The county rate increased from 5.8125% to 5.9375%.
Rates for the municipalities of Lordsburg (7.25%) and Virden (6.4375%) remain the same.
The county rate increased from 5.9375% to 6.1875%.
The rate for the municipality of Wagon Mound increased from 6.9375% to 7.1875%.
Santa Fe County
The county rate increased from 6.625% to 6.875%.
The following Santa Fe County municipalities increased their rates from 6.625% to 6.875% for sales to tribal entities or members and sales to tribal non-members by tribal non-members:
- Kewa Pueblo,
- Namba Pueblo,
- Pojoaque Pueblo,
- Pueblo de Cochiti,
- Santa Clara Pueblo, and
- Pueblo of Tesuque.
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