Massachusetts Sales Tax Rates and Calculator
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Simply enter an amount into our calculator above to estimate how much sales tax you'll likely see in Massachusetts. Afterwards, hit calculate and projected results will then be shown right down here.
To see more detailed info and gain additional insight, continue reading below!
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The base level state sales tax rate in the state of Massachusetts is 6.25%. There should not be any additional sales tax on any local level.
The most populous county in Massachusetts is Middlesex County. The sales tax rate does not vary based on county.
The most populous location in Massachusetts is Boston. The sales tax rate does not vary based on location.
The state of Massachusetts contains around 680 zip codes with the most populous one being 02301. The sales tax rate does not vary based on zip code.
Scroll down for a full list of locations in Massachusetts. If you want to directly search for a specific location, you can do so at the top of the page.
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Quick Reference Sales Tax Table
- We've compiled a table of common values below according to an average sales tax rate of 6.25% in Massachusetts.
- 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 January 22, 2023.
- The content shown on this page is only for informational purposes only. Nothing here constitutes tax advice or advice of any other kind.
- 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.
- If you notice a miscalculation or error with our calculator (most likely caused by a typo somewhere), feel free to direct message us on twitter and let us know. However, if you have specific tax questions, please consult a licensed tax professional.
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