North Dakota Sales Tax Rate Changes, October 2015
- Sales Tax Rate Changes
- Jul 22, 2015 | Gail Cole
Numerous sales tax rate changes are scheduled to take effect in North Dakota on October 1, 2015.
The local sales tax rate in the City of Hillsboro remains 2% as of October 1; however, a 1% local sales, use and gross receipts tax is expiring on September 30 and being replaced by a new 1% sales, use and gross receipts tax on October 1. The combined state and local rate for Hillsboro will remain 7%. Additional information.
The City of Mandan will increase the city sales, use and gross receipts tax by 0.75%, for a local rate of 1.75% and a combined state and local rate of 7.25%. Additional local rate information for Mandan is available here.
In Ward County, where the local gross receipts tax is 0.5%, a new 0.5% gross receipts tax will be levied on new farm machinery and equipment, new farm irrigation equipment, and alcohol sales. Another change: coin-operated vending machine sales of 99 cents or less will be exempt. The general state and local sales and use tax rate in Ward County is 5.5% (plus appropriate city rates), and the rate for new farm machinery and new farm irrigation equipment will be 3.5% (plus appropriate city rates). The combined rate for both on-sale and off-sale alcoholic beverages will be 7.5% (plus appropriate city rates). Additional information.
Finding accurate local sales tax rate information in all states is challenging; see for yourself by clicking on one of the above links for additional information. Fortunately, there are easier ways to handle sales tax compliance: