Neither Jasper, Indiana nor Dubois County ass sales tax. So, the sales tax in Jasper, Indiana is just the statewide Indiana sales tax. The sales tax rate in Indiana is seven percent. In 2008, the state raised the sales tax to seven percent to offset tax revenue that the state lost with statewide property tax reform. Sales tax in Indiana is used for tourism projects and local economic development primarily. For example Lucas Oil Stadium and the Indiana Convention Center were both paid for with sales tax revenues.
Before April 1, 2008, the state sales tax was six percent. It was raised to seven percent with the passage of House Enrolled Act 1001.
Any businesses that have retail sales (as well as businesses with employees, businesses that rent or lease tangible property or have other taxable services) have to register with the Indiana Department of Revenue. To register or learn more about how to report sales tax and pay sales tax as a business, just check out the Indiana Secretary of State business services online portal.
Curious about whether there’s a tax on services in Indiana? Check out this earlier blog post: “Are Services Taxed In Indiana?”
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On the other hand, if you’d like to sell your Dubois County real estate, we’d love to help with that too! We offer a completely FREE Comparative Market Analysis (CMA). Zillow’s zestimates can be off by as much as 12 percent! Obviously, to make any decisions, you need to know the actual value of your property, right? A 12 percent difference could be a deal breaker when it comes down to it. Yet, if you contact us today, we can get you a detailed report and the estimated value for your home based on today’s market. Plus, we can get that to you usually in less than one day. So, request your FREE home valuation for your Dubois County home today!