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New Mexico Gross Receipts Tax Rate Change, July 2014


 Wagon Mound, New Mexico, gets a new gross receipts tax rate in July.

Updated 5.5.2015

The New Mexico Department of Taxation and Revenue has published a list of gross receipts tax rates for the period July 1, 2014 - December 31, 2014. There are numerous local New Mexico rate changes.

Bernalillo County

  • Laguna Pueblo (1) is no longer on the rate schedule. The rate from January 1 to June 30, 2014, was 6.0625%

Catron County

  • Reserve: Increasing from 6.9375% to 7.0000%
  • Remainder of County: Increasing from 5.6250% to 5.6875%

Cibola County

  • Grants: Decreasing from 8.0000% to 7.8750%
  • Milan: Decreasing from 7.6250% to 7.5000%
  • Laguna Pueblo (2): Decreasing from 6.6875% to 6.5625%
  • Remainder of County: Decreasing from 6.6875% to 6.5625%

Colfax County

  • Cimarron: Increasing from 6.8125% to 7.4375%

Dona Ana County

  • Downtown TIDD – Las Cruces: Increasing from 7.5625% to 7.9375%
  • Las Cruces: Increasing from 7.5625% to 7.9375%

Mora County

  • Wagon Mound: Increasing from 7.1875% to 7.3125%
  • Remainder of the County: Increasing from 6.1875% to 6.3125%

Otero County

  • Alamogordo: Increasing from 7.6250% to 7.8750%
  • Cloudcroft: Increasing from 7.3750% to 7.6250%
  • Tularosa: Increasing from 7.3750% to 7.6250%
  • Remainder of the County: Increasing from 5.9375% to 6.1875%

Rio Arriba County

  • Espanola (Rio Arriba): Increasing from 8.1875% to 8.5625%
  • Espanola/Ohkay Owingeh Pueblo (1)a: Increasing from 8.1875% to 8.5625%
  • Espanola/Ohkay Owingeh Pueblo (2)a: Increasing from 8.1875% to 8.5625%
  • Espanola/Santa Clara Grant (1)a: Increasing from 8.1875% to 8.5625%
  • Espanola/Santa Clara Grant (2)a: Increasing from 8.1875% to 8.5625%

Santa Fe County

  • Espanola (Santa Fe): Increasing from 8.4375% to 8.8125%
  • Espanola/Santa Clara Grant (1)a: Increasing from 8.4375% to 8.8125%
  • Espanola/Santa Clara Grant (2)a: Increasing from 8.4375% to 8.8125%

Complete gross receipts tax rate schedules are available on the New Mexico Department of Taxation and Revenue website.

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Gail Cole
Avalara Author
Gail Cole
Gail Cole
Avalara Author Gail Cole
Gail began researching and writing about sales tax in 2012 and has been fascinated with it ever since. She has a penchant for uncovering unusual tax facts, and endeavors to make complex sales tax laws more digestible for both experts and laypeople.