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The minimum combined 2022 sales tax rate for Los Angeles, California is 8.25%.
Key Findings. There are over 11,000 sales tax jurisdictions in the United States, with widely varying rates. Among major cities, Tacoma, Washington imposes the highest combined state and local sales tax rate, at 10.30 percent.
In most cases, grocery items are exempt from sales tax. An exception, however, is \u201chot prepared food products,\u201d which are taxable at California's 7.25% state sales tax rate plus the local district tax rate (see rates here), whether they're sold to-go or for consumption on the store premises.
7.250% Note that the true California state sales tax rate is 6%. There is a statewide county tax of 1.25% and therefore, the lowest rate anywhere in California is 7.25%.
Combined with the state sales tax, the highest sales tax rate in California is 10.75% in the cities of Hayward, San Leandro, Alameda, Union City and Fremont (and ten other cities)....California City and Locality Sales Taxes. City NameTax RateCorona, CA8.75%Long Beach, CA10.25%Modesto, CA7.875%Los Angeles, CA10.25%171 more rows
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Most states have a sales tax ranging between 4% and 7%. The average sales tax for a state is 5.09%. 32 states fall above this average, and 18 states fall below this average, suggesting that the few states with a sales tax of 0% bring down the average.
Hampton Roads (6% sales tax): cities of Chesapeake, Franklin, Hampton, Newport News, Norfolk, Poquoson, Portsmouth, Suffolk and Virginia Beach, plus the counties of Isle of Wight and Southampton.
Virginia: Sales Tax Handbook Virginia has a 4.3% statewide sales tax rate, but also has 270 local tax jurisdictions (including cities, towns, counties, and special districts) that collect an average local sales tax of 1.327% on top of the state tax.
The statewide tax rate is 7.25%. In most areas of California, local jurisdictions have added district taxes that increase the tax owed by a seller.
Combined State and Local Sales Tax Rates The five states with the lowest average combined rates are Alaska (1.76 percent), Hawaii (4.44 percent), Wyoming (5.22 percent), Wisconsin (5.43 percent), and Maine (5.50 percent).

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