New municipal tax changes effective January 1

New municipal tax changes effective January 1
Beginning Jan. 1, 13 South Dakota communities implemented municipal taxes or updated their current city taxes.

The municipal tax changes that took effect include:

  • Alcester increased its general sales and use tax rate from 1 percent to 2 percent.
  • Brandt increased its general sales and use tax rate from 1 percent to 2 percent.
  • Brookings increased its general sales and use tax rate from 1.90 percent to 2 percent.
  • Corona implemented a 2 percent general sales and use tax rate.
  • Eureka increased its general sales and use tax rate from 1.90 percent to 2 percent.
  • Flandreau increased its general sales and use tax rate from 1.91 percent to 2 percent.
  • Kennebec increased its general sales and use tax rate from 1.86 percent to 2 percent.
  • Kranzburg implemented a 2 percent general sales and use tax rate.
  • Mount Vernon imposed a 1 percent municipal gross receipts tax on admissions.
  • Springfield increased its general sales and use tax rate from 1 percent to 2 percent.
  • Summerset implemented a 2 percent general sales and use tax rate and a 1 percent municipal gross receipts tax on alcoholic beverages, admissions, eating establishments and lodging accommodations.
  • White Lake imposed a 1 percent municipal gross receipts tax on alcoholic beverages, admissions, eating establishments and lodging accommodations.
  • Yankton expanded its 1 percent municipal gross receipts tax on lodging accommodations to also include alcoholic beverages, admissions and eating establishments.

    All taxes are in addition to the 4 percent state tax.

    The South Dakota Department of Revenue and Regulation has Municipal Tax Information Bulletins available listing all municipal sales and use tax rates statewide as well as information on tribal sales, use and excise taxes. Updated bulletins are free of charge and available by contacting the Department of Revenue and Regulation at 1-800-TAX-9188 (1-800-829-9188) or download a copy from the Department's Web site at www.state.sd.us/drr.

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