Louisiana local sales tax rate changes, July 2016
- Sales Tax Rate Changes
- Jul 15, 2016 | Gail Cole
Numerous local sales and use tax rate changes are in effect in Louisiana as of July 1, 2016.
There is a new Executive Economic Development District with a local rate of 2% and a combined rate of 12.75%.
The local rate in the City of Thibodaux increased from 2% to 2.5%, for a new tax rate of 9.95%.
The local rate in the City of Ruston increased from 1.75% to 2.5%. The new combined rate is 10.5%.
West Ouachita Parish added a 0.39% local tax, for a combined rate of 10.99%.
The parish-wide school board tax increased from by 0.5%. New combined state and local tax rates are as follows:
- Alexandria, 10.5%
- Ball, 10.5%
- Boyce, 9.5%
- Cheneyville, 9.5%
- Fire District 17, 9.5%
- Glenmora, 10%
- Lecompte, 10%
- Pineville, 10.5%
- Woodworth, 10.5%
- All Other Areas, 8.5%
The above taxes are administered by the Louisiana Association of Tax Administrators, not the Louisiana Department of Revenue.
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