North Carolina Sales Tax Rate Change, October 2014
- Sales Tax News
- Aug 5, 2014 | Gail Cole
The North Carolina Department of Revenue has announced a local sales and use tax rate change for Davidson County, effective October 1, 2014.
Sales of food for home consumption in Davidson County are taxed at a reduced rate of 2% and are not subject to the additional 0.25% tax.
North Carolina rates, October 2014
Effective October 2014, the combined sales and use tax rate in 72 counties across North Carolina will be 6.75%. The following counties will have a combined sales tax rate of 7.00%:
- New Hanover
Mecklenburg County has a combined rate of 7.25%. And Durham and Orange counties have a combined rate of 7.5%.
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