Utah sales tax rate changes, January 2018
- Sales Tax Rate Changes
- Nov 22, 2017 | Gail Cole
Several local tax rate changes are set to take effect in Utah on Jan. 1, 2018. Most are new taxes.
The following municipalities will impose a new 1% municipal transient room tax, which is in addition to the combined sales and use tax rate (listed below).
- Spring City (6.2%)
- Park City (8.45%)
- Park City East (7.85%)
- Spanish Fork (6.75%)
Eureka will impose a new 6% tax on sales of municipal energy. This will be in addition to Eureka’s combined general sales and use tax rate of 5.95%.
There is also an increase to the statewide radio network tax. The new rate is $0.52.
Please note that food and food ingredients are taxed at a rate of 3% throughout Utah: 1.75% state tax, 1% local option tax, and 0.25% county option tax. Additional information is available from the Utah State Tax Commission.
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