The Indiana (IN) state sales tax rate is currently 7%, ranking 2nd-highest in the U.S. It's a statewide sales and use tax. There are no additional sales taxes imposed by local jurisdictions in Indiana. The average combined tax rate is 7%, ranking 22nd in the US.
In Indiana, sale of food and food ingredients for human consumption is exempt from sales tax. Exempt food does not include tobacco, alcoholic beverages, candy, dietary supplements, or soft drinks. Sales and/or rental of durable medical equipment, devices, drugs, and other supplies upon a prescription or drug order are exempt from sales and use tax.
Indiana collects the sales tax from online retailers even if they don't have a physical store in Indiana starting from October 1, 2018. Consumers are required to remit use taxes on the purchase prices if taxes are not collected by out-of-state sellers.
Indiana participates in the Streamlined Sales Tax Project (SSTP).