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New Mexico: Gross Receipts Tax Rate Changes, January 2015


 Elephant Butte, New Mexico.

The New Mexico Taxation and Revenue Department has published a list of local gross receipts tax rates in effect January 1, 2015 through June 30, 2015. There are numerous rate changes, listed below.

Colfax County

  • Angel Fire: 7.7708%
  • Cimarron: 7.7708%
  • Eagle Nest: 7.5208%
  • Maxwell: 6.2083%
  • Raton: 8.5208%
  • Springer: 7.1458%
  • Remainder of County: 6.0833%

Curry County

  • Clovis: 8.0625%
  • Clovis Airport: 6.1250%
  • Grady: 6.9375%
  • Melrose: 7.7500%
  • Texico: 7.5625%
  • Remainder of County: 6.1250%

Grant County

  • Bayard: 7.6250%
  • Hurley: 7.6250%
  • Santa Clara: 7.6250%
  • Silver City: 7.7500%
  • Remainder of County: 6.5625%

Harding County

  • Mosquero (Harding): 6.9375%
  • Roy: 7.3125%
  • Remainder of County: 6.1250%

Quay County

  • House: 8.0000%
  • Logan: 8.3750%
  • San Jon: 8.3750%
  • Tucumcari: 8.3750%
  • Remainder of County: 6.6875%

San Juan County

  • Aztec: 8.0000%
  • Bloomfield: 7.9375%
  • Farmington: 7.3750%
  • Valley Water and Sanitation District: 6.8125%
  • Remainder of County: 6.5625%

San Miguel County

  • Las Vegas: 8.1458%
  • Mosquero (San Miguel): 7.1458%
  • Pecos: 7.5208%
  • Remainder of County: 6.5833%

Sierra County

  • Elephant Butte: 7.9375%
  • Truth or Consequences: 8.2500%
  • Truth or Consequences Airport: 6.6875%
  • Williamsburg: 7.9375%
  • Remainder of County: 6.6875%

Valencia County

  • Belsen: 8.1875%
  • Bosque Farms: 8.0625%
  • Laguna Pueblo: 6.7500%
  • Los Lunas: 7.9375%
  • Peralta: 7.8125%
  • Rio Communities: 7.0625%
  • Remainder of County: 6.7500%

Finding gross receipt tax rates changes in New Mexico requires a sharp eye and a patient nature. Localities with rate changes are marked with a small, tasteful asterisk and expiring rates are not on the list.

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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.