Texas Sales Tax Rate Changes, January 2015
- Sales Tax Rate Changes
- Dec 3, 2014 | Gail Cole
The Texas Comptroller has announced several local sales tax rate changes, effective January 1, 2015. These Texas tax rates are rising.
January 2015 rate changes
- China Grove, in Bexar County, is imposing a local rate of 1.25% to raise revenue for municipal street maintenance and repair. The new combined rate in China Grove will be 8%.
- Maypearl, in Ellis County, is imposing a local rate of 2% to raise revenue for economic and industrial development. The new combined rate in Maypearl will be 8.25%.
San Antonio MTA, with a local rate of 0.5%, is also on the Texas Comptroller list. No total rate is provided.
Addendum to October 2014 rate changes
The Texas Comptroller has also published an addendum to the October 2014 sales tax rate changes. Effective October 1, 2014, the boundaries for the Tuscola Municipal Development District are the same as the boundaries for the city of Tuscola. The rate for the Tuscola Municipal Development District is 0.25%.
Additional information, including local codes, is available on the Texas Comptroller website.
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