When did Michigan sales tax change?

Answer The last change in Michigan sales tax took effect in 1994 when the legislature voted to raise the rate from 4 to 6 percent. Among states that have sales tax, most collect 3 to 7 percent.Source:Mich... Read More »

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When do you pay sales tax when you purchase a car in Michigan from an individual?

The General Sales Tax Act in Michigan requires all licensed car dealers to collect sales tax when a purchase is completed. If the sale of a vehicle is completed between two private parties, sales t... Read More »

When did maryland change to 6% sales tax?

Maryland's state sales tax increased from 5 percent to 6 percent effective January 3, 2008. In 2008, Maryland's sales tax was the same as Pennsylvania's and West Virginia's, and 1 percentage point ... Read More »

When was the last time both Michigan and Michigan state were undefeated when they faced each other?

1999 Nick Saban was coach and MSU pulled off the victory to go 6-0.

Are subscriptions subject to sales tax in Michigan?

In Michigan, as of April 2010, magazine subscriptions that qualify as second-class mailing materials, whether mailed or bought at a store, are exempt from sales tax. However, as of December, 2009 M... Read More »