New Mexico Sales Tax Rate Changes for 2022 New Mexico: Sales Tax Handbook

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2022 New Mexico Sales Tax Changes

Over the past year, there have been ten local sales tax rate changes in New Mexico. 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
March 2022 Taos
Raised from 7.5% to 8.9375%
Arroyo Seco, Ojo Caliente, Chamisal, Arroyo Hondo, Vadito, San Cristobal, Tres Piedras, Costilla, Trampas, Valdez, Embudo, Carson, Amalia, Llano and Cerro
March 2022 Socorro
Raised from 6.5% to 7.8125%
San Antonio, Lemitar, San Acacia, Polvadera, La Joya and Claunch
March 2022 Dona Ana
Raised from 6.75% to 8.625%
Mesquite, La Mesa, Dona Ana, Fairacres, White Sands Missile Range, Salem, Chamberino, San Miguel, Vado, Organ, Radium Springs, Rincon and Berino
March 2022 Santa Fe
Raised from 7.125% to 8.4375%
Chimayo, Tesuque, Cerrillos, Lamy and Stanley
March 2022 Bernalillo
Raised from 6.4375% to 7.875%
Isleta and Kirtland Afb
February 2022 Rio Rancho
Raised from 7.6875% to 8.125%
Rio Rancho
July 2021 Loving
Raised from 7.0208% to 7.6333%
Loving
July 2021 Carrizozo
Raised from 7% to 7.425%
Carrizozo
July 2021 Catron County
Raised from 5.6875% to 6.3125%
Reserve, Quemado, Datil, Glenwood, Pie Town, Aragon and Luna
July 2021 Debaca County
Raised from 6.6875% to 6.75%
Fort Sumner, Taiban and Yeso

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