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4-Feb-15State General Sales Tax Rates 2015As of January 1, 2015StateAlabamaAlaskaArizonaArkansasGeneral SalesTax Rate ct of kaNevadaNew HampshireNew JerseyNew MexicoNew YorkNorth CarolinaNorth DakotaOhioOklahomaOregonPennsylvaniaRhode IslandSouth CarolinaSouth est 255.56.85 57.05.1254.04.755.05.754.56.07.06.04.07.06.255.95 46.05.3 26.56.05.04.0Exemptions forPrescriptionFoodDrugsTaxableExemptNO STATE SALES xemptExemptNO STATE SALES bleExemptExemptExemptExemptExempt xemptExemptTaxableExempt1.225ExemptNO STATE SALES TAXExemptExemptExemptExemptNO STATE SALES t 4ExemptExemptExemptExemptTaxableExemptNO STATE SALES pt5.00ExemptExemptExemptExempt1.75 4ExemptExemptExempt2.5 TaxableTaxableTaxableTaxableNotes:1. Some states tax food but allow a rebate or income tax credit to compensate poor households. They areHI, ID, KS, OK and SD.2. Includes statewide 1.0% tax levied by local governments in Virginia.3. Tax rate may be adjusted annually according to a formula based on balances in the unappropriatedgeneral fund and the school foundation fund.4. Food sales subject to local taxes. Includes a statewide 1.25% tax levied by local governments in Utah.5. Nevada sales tax rate scheduled to decrease to 6.5% on July 1, 2015.Source:Federation of Tax Administrators January 2015http://www.taxadmin.org/fta/rate/sales.pdf

2-Jun-14State General Sales Tax Rates 2014As of January 1, 2014StateAlabamaAlaskaArizonaArkansasGeneral SalesTax Rate ct of kaNevadaNew HampshireNew JerseyNew MexicoNew YorkNorth CarolinaNorth DakotaOhioOklahomaOregonPennsylvaniaRhode IslandSouth CarolinaSouth est 255.56.85 57.05.1254.04.755.05.754.56.07.06.04.07.06.255.95 46.05.3 26.56.05.04.0Exemptions forPrescriptionFoodDrugsTaxableExemptNO STATE SALES xemptExemptNO STATE SALES bleExemptExemptExemptExemptExempt xemptExemptTaxableExempt1.225ExemptNO STATE SALES TAXExemptExemptExemptExemptNO STATE SALES t 4ExemptExemptExemptExemptTaxableExemptNO STATE SALES pt5.00ExemptExemptExemptExempt1.75 4ExemptExemptExempt2.5 TaxableTaxableTaxableTaxableNotes:1. Some states tax food but allow a rebate or income tax credit to compensate poor households. They areHI, ID, KS, OK and SD.2. Includes statewide 1.0% tax levied by local governments in Virginia.3. Tax rate may be adjusted annually according to a formula based on balances in the unappropriatedgeneral fund and the school foundation fund.4. Food sales subject to local taxes. Includes a statewide 1.25% tax levied by local governments in Utah.5. Nevada sales tax rate scheduled to decrease to 6.5% on July 1, 2015.Source:Federation of Tax Administrators January 2014http://www.taxadmin.org/fta/rate/sales.pdf

26-Mar-13State General Sales Tax Rates 2013As of January 1, 2013StateAlabamaAlaskaArizonaArkansasCalifornia 3ColoradoConnecticutDelawareDistrict of kaNevadaNew HampshireNew JerseyNew MexicoNew YorkNorth CarolinaNorth DakotaOhioOklahomaOregonPennsylvaniaRhode IslandSouth CarolinaSouth est VirginiaWisconsinWyomingGeneral SalesTax Rate 3 56.04.05.06.06.256.06.8757.04.2255.56.85 57.05.1254.04.755.05.54.56.07.06.04.07.06.255.95 46.05.0 26.56.05.04.0Exemptions forPrescriptionFoodDrugsTaxableExemptNO STATE SALES xemptExemptNO STATE SALES bleExemptExemptExemptExemptExempt xemptExemptTaxableExempt1.225ExemptNO STATE SALES TAXExemptExemptExemptExemptNO STATE SALES ptExemptExemptExemptExemptTaxableExemptNO STATE SALES pt5.25ExemptExemptExemptExempt1.75 4ExemptExemptExempt2.5 2ExemptExemptExempt1.0 ableNotes:1. Some states tax food but allow a rebate or income tax credit to compensate poor households. They areHI, ID, KS, OK and SD.2. Includes statewide 1.0% tax levied by local governments in Virginia.3. California sales tax rate may be adjusted annually according to a formula based on balances in theunappropriated general fund and the school foundation fund.4. Food sales subject to local taxes. Includes a statewide 1.25% tax levied by local governments in Utah.5. Arizona sales tax rate is scheduled to decrease to 5.6% on June 1, 2013. Kansas sales tax rate isscheduled to decrease to 5.7% on July 1, 2013. Nevada sales tax rate is scheduled to fall to 6.5% on July 1,2013.6. West Virginia tax rate on food scheduled to decrease to 1% on July 1, 2012.Source:Federation of Tax Administrators March 2013http://www.taxadmin.org/fta/rate/sales.pdf

12-Jul-12State General Sales Tax Rates, 2012(As of January 1, aliforniaColoradoConnecticutDelawareDistrict of kaNevada 5New HampshireNew JerseyNew MexicoNew YorkNorth CarolinaNorth DakotaOhioOklahomaOregonPennsylvaniaRhode IslandSouth CarolinaSouth est VirginiaWisconsinWyomingState GeneralSales Tax 254.04.755.05.54.56.07.06.04.07.06.255.95 46.05.0 26.56.05.04.0Food 1PrescriptionDrugsTaxableExemptNO STATE SALES xemptExemptNO STATE SALES TAXExemptExemptExemptExemptExemptExempt tExemptTaxableExemptExemptExemptExemptExempt xemptExemptTaxableExempt1.225ExemptNO STATE SALES TAXExemptExemptExemptExemptNO STATE SALES ptExemptExemptExemptExemptTaxableExemptNO STATE SALES pt5.5ExemptExemptExemptExempt1.75 4ExemptExemptExempt2.5 leTaxableTaxableTaxableNotes:1. Some states tax food, but allow a rebate or income tax credit to compensate poor households. They areHI, ID, KS, OK and SD.2. Includes statewide 1.0% tax levied by local governments in Virginia.3. Tax rate may be adjusted annually according to a formula based on balances in the unappropriatedgeneral fund and the school foundation fund.4. Food sales subject to local taxes. Includes a statewide 1.25% tax levied by local governments in Utah.5. Nevada sales tax rate is scheduled to fall to 6.5% on July 1, 2013.6. West Virginia tax rate on food scheduled to decrease to 1% on July 1, 2012.Source :Federation of Tax Administrators January 2012http://www.taxadmin.org/fta/rate/sales.pdf

30-Mar-11State General Sales Tax Rates, 2011(As of January 1, ate GeneralSales Tax strict of kaNevada 5New HampshireNew JerseyNew MexicoNew YorkNorth CarolinaNorth DakotaOhioOklahomaOregonPennsylvaniaRhode IslandSouth CarolinaSouth est 5.95 46.05.0 26.56.05.04.0Food tNO STATE SALES xemptExemptNO STATE SALES bleExemptExemptExemptExemptExempt xemptExemptTaxableExempt1.225ExemptNO STATE SALES TAXExemptExemptExemptExemptNO STATE SALES t 4ExemptExemptExemptExemptTaxableExemptNO STATE SALES pt5.5ExemptExemptExemptExempt1.75 4ExemptExemptExempt2.5 bleNotes:1. Some states tax food, but allow a rebate or income tax credit to compensate poor households. They areHI, ID, KS, OK and SD.2. Includes statewide 1.0% tax levied by local governments in Virginia.3. Tax rate may be adjusted annually according to a formula based on balances in the unappropriatedgeneral fund and the school foundation fund. Rate scheduled to fall to 7.25% on July 1, 2011.4. Includes a statewide 1.25% tax levied by local governments in Utah. Food sales subject to local taxes.5. Nevada sales tax rate is scheduled to fall to 6.5% on July 1, 2011.Source :Federation of Tax Administrators (http://www.taxadmin.org/fta/rate/sales.pdf), February 2011

3-Mar-10State General Sales Tax Rates, 2010EXEMPTIONSStateAlabamaState GeneralSales Tax scriptionDrugsExemptTaxableNO STATE SALES TAXArizona5.6ExemptExemptTaxableArkansas 16.02.0ExemptTaxableCalifornia axableConnecticut6.0ExemptExemptExemptDelawareNO STATE SALES TAXDistrict of tExemptGeorgia 14.0ExemptExemptTaxableHawaii 44.0TaxableExemptTaxableIdaho Kansas ableLouisiana eMontanaNO STATE SALES TAXNew HampshireNO STATE SALES TAXNew Jersey7.0ExemptExemptExemptNew Mexico5.0ExemptExemptTaxableNew York4.0ExemptExemptExemptNorth Carolina 15.75ExemptExemptTaxableNorth ableOklahoma tExemptRhode Island7.0ExemptExemptExemptSouth Carolina6.0ExemptExemptTaxableSouth Dakota leTexas6.25ExemptExemptExemptUtah 14.71.75ExemptTaxableOregonNO STATE SALES TAXVermont6.0ExemptExemptExemptVirginia eWest tTaxableWyoming 44.0ExemptExemptTaxableNotes:1. (Arkansas, Georgia, Louisiana, North Carolina, Utah) Food sales are subject to local sales tax.2. (California) Sales tax rate may be adjusted annually according to a formula based on balancesin the unappropriated general fund and the school foundation fund.3. (California, Virginia) Tax rates includes statewide local tax of 1.0%

5. Nevada sales tax rate scheduled to decrease to 6.5% on July 1, 2015. 2. Includes statewide 1.0% tax levied by local governments in Virginia. 4. Food sales subject to local taxes. Includes a statewide 1.25% tax levied by local governments in Utah. 3. Tax rate may be adjusted annually according to a formula based on balances in the unappropriated