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Simply enter an amount into our calculator above to estimate how much sales tax you'll likely see in Gainesville, Alabama. Afterwards, hit calculate and projected results will then be shown right down here.
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The sales tax rate in Gainesville, Alabama is 9%. This encompasses the rates on the state, county, city, and special levels. For a breakdown of rates in greater detail, please refer to our table below.
Within Gainesville, there is 1 zip code which is 35464. Other locations can be found below.
The timezone for Gainesville, Alabama is currently Central Daylight Time (CDT) where the offset to Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) is -05:00.
Sales Tax Breakdown For Gainesville, Alabama
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Quick Reference Table
- We've compiled a table of common values below according to an average sales tax rate of 9% in Gainesville, Alabama.
- To maintain clarity and consistency, all numbers below have been rounded in the standard fashion.
- If your value falls outside of the range presented, just input your desired value into our calculator above.
- Last reviewed on June 18, 2023.
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- The data here only represents the estimated common sales tax rate in this particular location. Exceptions may exist depending on the type of business, the type of product sold, and other factors.
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