Utah Sales Tax Changes, October 2015
- Aug 7, 2015 | Gail Cole
There’s a new town in Utah, and its about to get its own sales tax rate. That’s just one of the sales tax changes that will take effect on October 1, 2015.
- Interlaken is the newly incorporated town. Located in Wasatch County, southeast of Salt Lake City, it will have a local option sales tax of 1%.
- Cottonwood Heights is imposing a new municipal energy sales tax of 6%.
- Murray is imposing a new city or town option tax of 0.20%.
- South Jordan is decreasing its municipal energy sales tax to 5.5%.
Utah State Tax Commission.