Utah 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 Utah. 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!
6.1% - 9.05%
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The base level state sales tax rate in the state of Utah is 4.85%. Additional sales tax is then added on depending on location by local government.
Putting everything together, the average cumulative sales tax rate in the state of Utah is 6.96% with a range that spans from 6.1% to 9.05%. This takes into account the rates on the state level, county level, city level, and special level.
The most populous county in Utah is Salt Lake County. As far as all counties go, the place with the highest sales tax rate is Daggett County and the place with the lowest sales tax rate is Cassia County.
The most populous location in Utah is Salt Lake City. As far as cities, towns, and locations go, the place with the highest sales tax rate is Park City and the place with the lowest sales tax rate is Bear River City.
The state of Utah contains around 346 zip codes with the most populous one being 84095. The one with the highest sales tax rate is 84060 and the one with the lowest sales tax rate is 83342.
Scroll down for a full list of locations in Utah. If you want to directly search for a specific location, you can do so at the top of the page.
For more details, please consult with the official Utah government source below.
For income tax, please visit our Utah Income Tax Rates and Paycheck Calculator page.
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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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