Nevada sales tax rates updated monthly
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Nevada state sales tax rate4.6%
*Due to varying local sales tax rates, we strongly recommend using our calculator below for the most accurate rates.
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Get a free download of average rates by ZIP code for each state you select.
If you make sales in multiple states, rate tables can be used to input data into your tax system or maintain as a reference.
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Why can't I just use the ZIP code?
- There are often multiple sales tax rates per ZIP code, county, and city.
- ZIP codes often overlap, or become subsets of other ZIP codes, or represent no geographic region at all.
- ZIP codes aren't stable. In any given year, the USPS makes numerous boundary changes to ZIP code areas.
For the most accurate sales tax rate, use an exact street address.
Your sales tax rate
Combined Tax Rate%
What do these tax rates mean?
The combined tax rate is the total sales tax rate of the jurisdiction for the address you submitted.
The jurisdiction breakdown shows the different sales tax rates making up the combined rate.
While most taxable products are subject to the combined sales tax rate, some items are taxed differently at state and local levels. Be sure to apply the correct sales tax rate to your sale.
The rates presented are current for the date and time you submitted the address, but may change at any time with new tax legislation.
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How to use this sales tax rate
Determine who's responsible to collect and remit the sales tax amount.
Determine if your product or service is taxable in the responsible party’s jurisdictions.
Apply the sales tax rate shown above to your taxable product or service’s value.
2020 rates for Nevada cities and counties
If you have too many shipments to look up individually, city and county tables provide rates assessed at local levels.
Note: there can be variations within city and county lines. For more accurate rates, use the sales tax calculator.
Nevada sales tax details
The Nevada (NV) state sales tax rate is currently 4.6%. Depending on local municipalities, the total tax rate can be as high as 8.265%.
Other, local-level tax rates in the state of Nevada are quite complex compared against local-level tax rates in other states. Nevada sales tax may also be levied at the city/county/school/transportation and SPD (special purpose district) levels.
Effective October 1, 2019, all marketplace providers are required to collect tax on behalf of sellers in Nevada if, in the current or immediately preceding calendar year, it had cumulative gross receipts exceeding $100,000 from retail sales made or facilitated to customers in Nevada, or made or facilitated at least 200 separate retail sales transactions in the current or preceding calendar year. A marketplace and a seller can agree, in writing, to have the seller collect the tax due instead.
All businesses that sell, transfer, barter, license, lease, rent, use or otherwise consume taxable tangible personal property in Nevada are required to register with the state and collect and remit sales tax. Providers of many services required to complete the sale of taxable tangible personal property must also register and collect.
Nevada sales tax resources
Nevada sales tax guide for businesses
Our free, online guide covers multiple aspects of managing Nevada sales tax compliance, including business registration, collecting sales tax, filing sales tax returns and state nexus obligations.