Utah Sales Tax

Rates

  • State sales tax rate 5.95%
  • Local rate0% - 2.75%
  • Combined rate5.95% - 8.7%
  • *Local rates are set by the county, city or other taxing district.
  • *Shipping is not taxable if separately stated

Major Cities/Counties

  • Salt Lake City 7.6%
  • Ogden 7.1%
  • Provo 6.85%
  • Sandy 7.1%
  • Orem 6.85%
  • Logan 6.85%
  • Saint George 6.35%
  • Clearfield 6.85%

Utah Sales & Use Tax Information

The Utah (UT) state sales tax rate is currently 5.95%, including 1.25% local add-on sales taxes levied at the state level. It is 26th-highest in the U.S. Depending on local municipalities, the total tax rate can be as high as 8.7%. The average local rate is 0.83%. The average combined tax rate is 6.78%, ranking 29th in the US.

Local taxes apply to both intra-state and inter-state transactions.

Use tax is a tax on goods and taxable services purchased for use, storage, or other consumption in Utah, and applies only if sales tax was not paid at the time of purchase.

In Utah, grocery food is taxed at 3% statewide. Prescription drugs, durable medical equipment with a prescription, prosthetic devices under prescription, and mobility-enhancing equipment with a prescription are exempt from sales and use tax.

Utah participates in the Streamlined Sales Tax Project (SSTP).

Lowest Tax Rates

  • Antimony 5.95%
  • Bear River City 5.95%
  • Beryl 5.95%
  • Bicknell 5.95%
  • Brian Head 5.95%
  • Circleville 5.95%
  • Collinston 5.95%
  • Corinne 5.95%

Highest Tax Rates

  • Park City 8.7%
  • Moab 8.6%
  • Green River 8.1%
  • Boulder 8.05%
  • Bryce 8.05%
  • Escalante 8.05%
  • Kanab 7.95%
  • Mount Carmel 7.95%