Wyoming sales tax rate changes, April 2018
- Jan 29, 2018 | Gail Cole
Several local sales and use tax and lodging tax rate changes are set to take effect in Wyoming on April 1, 2018.
Niobrara County is adding a special purpose county option tax, increasing the combined rate from 5% to 6%.
Sweetwater County is eliminating a special purpose county option tax, dropping the combined rate from 6% to 5%. As a result of this rate decrease, the total lodging and sales and use tax rate in Sweetwater County will drop from 9% to 8%.
Due to the Niobrara County rate increase, the total lodging and sales and use tax rate in the Town of Lusk will jump from 8% to 9%.
Additional information is available from the Wyoming Department of Revenue.
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