Tennessee Sales Tax Rate Change, January 2015
- May 1, 2015 | Gail Cole
Although it’s best to be early, it’s never too late to announce a local sales tax rate change.
Local sales and use tax in the City of Adamsville, in McNairy County, Tennessee, increased to 2.75%, effective January 1, 2015. The local option tax applies “to the first $1,600 of the sale price of any single [non-exempt] article of tangible personal property sold,” and also of any taxable service. The local tax cap on taxable sales of single articles and services is $44.
For sales of tangible personal property with a sales price between $1,600.01 and $3,200, there is a state single article tax rate of 2.75%.
This rate change does not impact rates in the portion of the City of Adamsville located in Hardin County – the local sales tax rate in that district remains 2.5%. Additional information.
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