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North Dakota

Sales Tax Calculator of North Dakota for 2015

Calculation of the general sales taxes of North Dakota State for 2015

How 2015 Sales taxes are calculated in North Dakota

The state general sales tax rate of North Dakota is 5%. Cities and/or municipalities of North Dakota are allowed to collect their own rate that can get up to 3% in city sales tax.

Every 2015 combined rates mentioned above are the results of North Dakota state rate (5%), the county rate (0% to 1%), the North Dakota cities rate (0% to 3%). There is no special rate for North Dakota.

The North Dakota's tax rate may change depending of the type of purchase. Some of the North Dakota tax type are: Consumers use, rental tax, sales tax, sellers use, lodgings tax and more.

Please refer to the North Dakota website for more sales taxes information.

North Dakota state rate(s) for 2015

5% is the smallest possible tax rate (Abercrombie, North Dakota)
5.25%, 5.5%, 6%, 6.5%, 6.75%, 7%, 7.25%, 7.5%, 7.75% are all the other possible sales tax rates of North Dakota cities.
8% is the highest possible tax rate (Hope, North Dakota)

The average combined rate of every zip code in North Dakota is 5.54%

Rates changes

Some changes has been made in North Dakota for county, city and/or special rates in January 2015 compared to January 2014.

List of 5 North Dakota cities and their changes

City Name County Rate City Rate Special Rate
Kindred0.5%2% (+0.5%) 0%
West Fargo0.5%2% (+1%) 0%
Grafton0.25%2.5% (+0.5%) 0%
Dunseith0%0% (-1%) 0%
Harvey0%2% (+1%) 0%

Other 2015 sales tax fact for North Dakota

As of 2015, there is 70 out of 398 cities in Alaska that charge city sales tax for a ratio of 17.59%.

There is also 102 out of 433 zip code in Alaska that are beeing charged city sales tax for a ratio of 23.56%.

Last sales taxes rates update

The last rates update has been made on January 2015.

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