Sales and Use Tax

  • Tax Rates & Changes

This page offers the latest information on sales tax rates as well as rate changes planned in any of Ohio's 88 counties.

By law, Ohio's counties and transit authorities may only enact sales tax rates changes effective at the start of any calendar quarter. The Department of Taxation posts information here as it becomes available.

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Current rate information

 
NOTICE OF INCREASE IN STATE SALES AND USE TAX RATE
STATE RATE INCREASES FROM 5.5% TO 5.75%

EFFECTIVE SEPT. 1, 2013

The state sales tax rate on the storage, use or other consumption of tangible personal property or services and retail sales made on or after Sept. 1, 2013 is 5.75%. Please note that all local Ohio jurisdictions impose a local sales and use tax in addition to the state rate. The Ohio Department of Taxation provides a database of sales and use tax rates called the Finder, which can be queried either by address or by ZIP code. The Finder is available at this link:

 https://thefinder.tax.ohio.gov/StreamlineSalesTaxWeb/Default.aspx

 Maps of current sales tax rates:

Other rate change information

The Sales and Use Tax rate will increase from 6.75% to 7.25%, effective April 1, 2014 for Marion County.

2014 rate changes

 

  • 2nd Quarter (effective April 1, 2014 - June 30, 2014):

  

2013 rate changes