Alabama sales tax rate changes, February 2017
- Feb 8, 2017 | Gail Cole
Several local sales and use tax changes took effect in Alabama on February 1, 2017.
Gardendale has levied a local lodgings tax of 8%.
Hanceville has levied a sales and use tax of 0.5% on all taxable sales, for a new local rate of 5% and a new combined rate of 9%. The rate for sales made outside the corporate limits of town but within the police jurisdiction is half of that.
Jackson has increased local rental and lodgings tax from 4% to 5%, for a new combined rate of 9%. The rate for sales made outside the corporate limits of town but within the police jurisdiction is half of that.
In addition to rate changes, several administrative changes took effect on February 1, 2017:
- The Alabama Department of Revenue now collects and administers rental tax for the City of Argo
- The following localities have taken on collection administration of local taxes in place of the Alabama Department of Revenue:
- Coosa County
Additional information is available from the Alabama Department of Revenue.
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