Vermont sales tax rate changes, October 2016
- Aug 17, 2016 | Gail Cole
In addition to the state sales tax, municipalities in Vermont are permitted to levy a 1% local option sales tax and/or a 1% local option meals and rooms tax and alcoholic beverages tax. Approximately a dozen municipalities already do so. Beginning October 1, 2016, more will.
The Village of Brandon (population 1,648) will impose both the local option sales tax and the local option meals and rooms and alcoholic beverages tax.
Montpelier, the state capitol, will impose the local option meals and rooms and alcoholic beverages tax only. Additional information.
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