The following city has imposed additional city sales and use tax for the purpose listed below.
|City/County Name||Local Code||Local Rate||Total Rate||Purpose|
IDC – Economic and Industrial Development
The following city has abolished the additional city sales and use tax for economic and industrial development:
|City/County Name||Local Code||Local Rate||Total Rate|
|Big Sandy Municipal Development District||5230011||.002500|
The following special purpose district (SPD) has imposed a local sales and use tax:
|SPD Name||Local Code||Local Rate|
|Big Sandy Municipal Development Districtt||5230011||.002500|
The boundaries of the Big Sandy Municipal Development District are the same as the boundaries for the city of Big Sandy.
If you have questions about local sales and use tax rate changes, or if you want copies of new taxing authorities' boundaries (via submitted maps), please contact us.
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