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Westchester County sales and use tax rate changeBeginning August 1, 2019, the sales and use tax rate in Westchester County, outside the cities of Mount Vernon, New Rochelle, White Plains, and Yonkers, increases from 7⅜% to 8⅜%. For more information, see Locality Notice ST-19-1, Westchester County Increases Sales and Use Tax Rate.
Use our Jurisdiction/Rate Lookup By Address tool to find:
- the combined state and local sales tax rate, proper jurisdiction, and jurisdiction code for an address; and
- the sales tax jurisdiction, jurisdiction code, and tax rate on sales or purchases of utilities or utility services.
Sales tax rates
The combined sales and use tax rate equals the state rate (currently 4%) plus any local tax rate imposed by a city, county, or school district. An additional sales tax rate of 0.375% applies to taxable sales made within the Metropolitan Commuter Transportation District (MCTD). The combined rates vary in each county and in cities that impose sales tax.
Local taxing jurisdictions
New York's retail sales tax is a destination tax. The point of delivery or the point at which possession is transferred by the seller to the purchaser determines the rate of tax to be collected. Sales delivered outside New York State are exempt from tax.
See Tax Bulletin Sales Tax Rate Publications (TB-ST-820) for a description of the sales and use tax rate publications that are available.
See Sales tax rates by local taxing jurisdiction for a listing of all current sales tax rate publications.
Locality rate changes
See Sales tax locality rate change notices for information on changes in local sales tax rates.