Local sales tax rate changes for West Virginia, October 1, 2013.

Local sales tax rate changes for West Virginia, October 1, 2013.

Effective October 1, 2013, more localities in West Virginia will impose new municipal sales and service and use taxes.

In addition to the previously announced new 0.5% sales tax in Charleston and new 1% sales tax in Quinwood, the West Virginia Department of Revenue has announced new municipal rates for Harrisville and Wheeling.

Harrisville will impose a new 1% municipal sales and service and use tax in addition to the existing 6% West Virginia consumer sales and service and use tax. The new combined state and local tax rate in Harrisville will be 7%.

Wheeling will impose a new 0.5% in addition to the existing 6% West Virginia consumer sales and service and use tax. The new combined state and local tax rate in Wheeling will be 6.5%.

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