Louisiana Sales Tax Rate Changes for 2023 Louisiana: Sales Tax Handbook


2023 Louisiana Sales Tax Changes

Over the past year, there have been seventeen local sales tax rate changes in Louisiana. This table lists each changed tax jurisdiction, the amount of the change, and the towns and cities in which the modified tax rates apply. This page will be updated monthly as new sales tax rates are released. For other states, see our list of nationwide sales tax rate changes.

Change Date Tax Jurisdiction Sales Tax Change Cities Affected
February 2023 Iberia
Raised from 7.7% to 9.95%
Lydia and Avery Island
February 2023 Rapides
Raised from 7.95% to 8.95%
Elmer, Tioga, Gardner, Otis and Echo
February 2023 Lafayette
Raised from 8.45% to 10.45%
February 2023 St. Landry
Raised from 10% to 12%
Church Point, Arnaudville, Bunkie, Krotz Springs, Plaucheville, Palmetto, Lawtell, Morrow and Lebeau
February 2023 Tangipahoa
Raised from 7.95% to 9.95%
Loranger, Natalbany, Robert, Husser and Akers
February 2023 Natchitoches
Raised from 8.45% to 10.95%
Castor, Saline, Lena, Cloutierville, Flatwoods, Powhatan, Melrose, Ashland, Gorum, Flora and Mora
May 2022 Epps
Raised from 9.95% to 10.45%
May 2022 Albany
Raised from 9.45% to 9.95%
May 2022 Kenner
Raised from 9.2% to 11.2%
May 2022 Monroe
Raised from 10.44% to 12.44%
May 2022 Ouachita
Raised from 10.44% to 12.95%
Monroe, Collinston, Fairbanks and Swartz
May 2022 Kilbourne
Raised from 9.95% to 10.45%
May 2022 Oak Grove
Raised from 10.45% to 10.95%
Oak Grove
May 2022 Livingston Lowered from 9.95% to 9.45% Denham Springs and Watson
May 2022 West Carroll
Raised from 9.45% to 9.95%
May 2022 East Baton Rouge
Raised from 9.95% to 10.45%
Baton Rouge, Clinton and Slaughter
May 2022 E Baton Rouge Pa Sch Dist Lowered from 11.95% to 9.95% Baton Rouge

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