Montana: Sales Tax Handbook
Montana Sales Tax Rate
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Montana is one of the five states in the USA that have no state sales tax.
While Montana has no statewide sales tax, some municipalities and cities (especially large tourist destinations) charge their own local sales taxes on most purchases. There are additional taxes on tourism-related businesses such as hotels and campgrounds (7%) and rental car companies (4%).
While Montana does not collect a sales tax, excise taxes are levied on the sale of certain products, including alcohol, cigarettes & tobacco, and gasoline. These excise taxes are passed on to the consumer in the goods' price.
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