South Dakota sales tax rate changes, July 2017
- Sales Tax Rate Changes
- Jun 12, 2017 | Gail Cole
While local sales and use tax rate changes can occur at any time in some states, they can only be implemented on the first of January and July in South Dakota.
Four communities will impose a new or increase an existing sales and use tax as of July 1, 2017:
New sales and use taxes
- Dante: 1%
- Lake City: 1%
Sales and use tax rate increases
- Morristown: from 1% to 1.5%
- Toronto: from 1% to 2%
In addition to municipal sales tax, local tax jurisdictions may impose a gross receipts tax on admissions, alcohol, eating establishments, and lodging. More details are available from the South Dakota Department of Revenue.
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