National Average Sales Tax at 5.45%, While 201 Localities Changed Indirect Tax Policies

January 27, 2015
Lisa Travnik

The fourth quarter was the second busiest of 2014 with 201 local tax code amendments, according to the latest ONESOURCE Indirect Tax report from Thomson Reuters.  The report also found Tuba City in Arizona the most expensive place to shop with a combined total tax burden of 12.6 percent, while Alaska, Delaware, Montana, New Hampshire and Oregon remained the shoppers’ dreamland with zero percent rates in state and local sales taxes.  Link to the CPA Practice Advisor for a full report.



Lisa Travnik
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