West Virginia Sales Tax Changes, July 2015
- May 1, 2015 | Gail Cole
Numerous localities in West Virginia will have sales tax rate changes, effective July 1, 2015.
The following municipalities will impose a new 1% municipal sales tax. Each will therefore have a combined state and local rate of 7%, beginning July 1.
- Charles Town
The municipalities of Charleston and Wheeling imposed a 0.5% municipal sales tax rate in October 2013 and currently have a combined rate of 6.5%. Effective July 1, 2015, both will increase the municipal tax to 1%, for a combined rate of 7%. In addition, the City of Wheeling has released its new B&O Tax Schedule Table and Rates.
The following West Virginia municipalities already impose a 1% municipal rate, for a combined rate of 7% (listed with effective dates)
- Williamstown (October 2011)
- Huntington (January 2012)
- Rupert (April 2013)
- Harrisville (October 2013)
- Quinwood (October 2013)
West Virginia Department of Revenue.
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