Updates to Nebraska Local Sales Tax

By Joshua A. Diveley.

The Nebraska Department of Revenue announced that beginning April 1, 2015, the following locations will implement a local sales and use tax:

  • Benedict (1.5%);
  • Callaway (1.0%);
  • Dakota County (0.5%);
  • Decatur (1.0%);
  • Elwood (1.0%);
  • Stanton (1.5%);
  • Upland (0.5%); and
  • Utica (1.5%).

Beginning April 1, 2015, the following cities and villages will increase their local sales and use taxes as follows:

  • Bancroft (1.5%);
  • Bassett (1.5%);
  • Burwell (1.5%);
  • Duncan (1.5%);
  • Fairbury (2.0%);
  • Howells (1.5%);
  • Minden (2.0%);
  • Nebraska City (2.0%);
  • Norfolk (2.0%);
  • Rushville (1.5%);
  • Wayne (1.5%); and
  • York (2.0%).

Also, beginning April 1, 2015, municipal boundaries for the following cities will be modified: Beatrice, Fairbury, Kearney, Lincoln, Neligh, Plattsmouth, West Point, and York. Additional information is available at:   http://www.revenue.nebraska.gov/salestax.html.

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