New Mexico tax rate changes, January 1, 2017
- Sales Tax News
- Dec 15, 2016 | Gail Cole
Numerous local gross receipts tax rate changes are scheduled to take effect in New Mexico on January 1, 2017.
City rate changes
Gross receipts tax rates in the following cities are changing due to the enactment or expiration of local option taxes. Rates listed below are the new total gross receipts tax rate, effective January 1, 2017.
- Bloomfield (San Juan County), 8.1875%
- Columbus (Luna County), 7.9375%
- Cuba (Sandoval County), 8.1875%
- Deming (Luna County), 7.875%
- Edgewood (Bernalillo County), 7.6875%
- Edgewood (Sandoval County), 7.0625%
- Edgewood (Santa Fe County), 8.0625%
- Lordsburg (Hidalgo County), 7.5%
- Pueblo of Acoma (Catron County), 5.6875%
- Pueblo of Acoma (Cibola County), 6.5625%
- Pueblo of Acoma (Socorro County), 6%
- Taos and Taos Pueblo (Taos County), 8.3125%
County rate changes
There is only one county gross receipts tax rate change for January 1, 2017: Luna County (6.875%).
El Prado Water and Sanitation District (Taos County) (affects businesses located within the water district and the city limits), 8.5625%
El Valle de Los Ranchos Water and Sanitation District (Taos County) (affects businesses located within the water district and the city limits), 8.5625%
Gross receipts tax rates dating back to 1999 are available on the New Mexico Tax and Revenue website.
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