The sales and use tax rate in Texas is 6.25 percent. However, local cities, counties, transit authorities and other local government agencies have the ability to add up to 2 percent to the state sales tax rate, which may... More »

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The current sales tax rate in Texas is 6.25 percent as of June 2015, according to TaxRates.com. However, the total tax rate may be as high as 8.25 percent depending on the municipality. More »

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Sales tax rates vary by county because each of these jurisdictions uses disparate methods to determine taxability, explains Avalara. For instance, while Chautauqua, Columbia and Chenanga counties of New York State exempt... More »

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The current sales tax rate in Texas is 6.25 percent as of June 2015, according to TaxRates.com. However, the total tax rate may be as high as 8.25 percent depending on the municipality. More »

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As of 2014, the sales tax rate in Boston, Massachusetts is 6.25 percent, according to the Tax Foundation.The City of Boston does not charge consumers an additional sales tax percentage on top of the state rate. More »

As of 2015, the sales tax in Texas at the state level is set at 6.25%, according to Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts website. Some local jurisdictions may also have their own tax rates, which would be levied in addit... More »

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The average property tax rate in Texas is 1.81 percent of the property value, as of 2014. The exact tax rate of a property depends on the county in which the property is located. More »

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