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Sales Tax Calculator of Washington for 2017 Q3

Calculation of the general sales taxes of Washington State for 2017_q3

How 2017 Q3 Sales taxes are calculated in Washington

The state general sales tax rate of Washington is 6.5%. Cities and/or municipalities of Washington are allowed to collect their own rate that can get up to 3.9% in city sales tax.

Every 2017 Q3 combined rates mentioned above are the results of Washington state rate (6.5%), the county rate (0% to 2.5%), the Washington cities rate (0% to 3.9%), and in some case, special rate (0% to 3.8%).

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

Please refer to the Washington website for more sales taxes information.

Washington state rate(s) for 2017_q3

6.5% is the smallest possible tax rate (Redondo, Washington)
7%, 7.5%, 7.6%, 7.7%, 7.8%, 7.9%, 8%, 8.1%, 8.2%, 8.3%, 8.4%, 8.5%, 8.6%, 8.7%, 8.8%, 8.9%, 8.93%, 9%, 9.1%, 9.2%, 9.3%, 9.7%, 9.9%, 10%, 10.1%, 10.3% are all the other possible sales tax rates of Washington cities.
10.4% is the highest possible tax rate (Bothell, Washington)

The average combined rate of every zip code in Washington is 8.601%

Rates changes

Some changes has been made in Washington for county, city and/or special rates in 2017 Q3 compared to 2017 Q1.

List of 5 Washington cities and their changes

City Name County Rate City Rate Special Rate
Auburn0%0%3.5% (+0.5%)
Federal Way0%3.5% (+0.5%) 0%
Bellevue0%3.5% (+0.5%) 0%
Bothell0%3.5% (+0.5%) 0%
Edmonds0%3.8% (+0.5%) 0%

Other 2017 Q3 sales tax fact for Washington

As of 2017 Q3, there is 170 out of 495 cities in Washington that charge city sales tax for a ratio of 34.343%.

There is also 358 out of 748 zip codes in Washington that are being charged city sales tax for a ratio of 47.861%.

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