What Is the Sales Tax in Ohio?

What Is the Sales Tax in Ohio?

What Is the Sales Tax in Ohio?

As of 2015, the Ohio state sales tax rate is 5.75 percent, according to Avalara TaxRates. However, the total sales tax rate falls between 6.5 percent and 8 percent depending on the area, says Sale-Tax.com.

Cities like Canton, Fairfield and Burbank all have a total sales tax rate of 6.5 percent, which is as low as the rate gets in Ohio according to Sale-Tax.com. Beachwood, Bedford Heights and Berea are among the most expensive with a total sales tax rate of 8 percent. Most other cities fall somewhere in between, such as Bellevue, which has a rate of 7.25 percent. Counties are only permitted to enact sales tax rate changes at the start of a calendar quarter, explains Ohio's Department of Taxation.