New Mexico Sales Tax Rate Changes for 2019 New Mexico: Sales Tax Handbook

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2019 New Mexico Sales Tax Changes

Over the past year, there have been fourteen 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
February 2019 Clayton
Raised from 7.875% to 8.125%
Clayton
January 2019 Cuba
Raised from 8.1875% to 8.3125%
Cuba
January 2019 Aztec
Raised from 8.00% to 8.25%
Aztec
January 2019 Raton Lowered from 8.5208% to 8.2708% Raton
January 2019 Bayard
Raised from 7.625% to 7.875%
Bayard
January 2019 Corrales
Raised from 7.6875% to 7.8125%
Corrales
January 2019 Farmington
Raised from 7.625% to 8.25%
Farmington
January 2019 Mora County
Raised from 6.6875% to 6.7708%
Mora, Cleveland, Guadalupita, Buena Vista, Rainsville, Ojo Feliz, Watrous, Holman, Chacon and Ocate
January 2019 Wagon Mound
Raised from 7.6875% to 7.7708%
Wagon Mound
January 2019 Kewa Pueblo 2
Raised from 6.25% to 6.375%
Santo Domingo Pueblo
January 2019 Sandoval County
Raised from 6.25% to 6.375%
Placitas, Algodones, Jemez Pueblo, Jemez Springs, San Ysidro, Ponderosa, La Jara and Regina
January 2019 Bernalillo (City)
Raised from 7.0625% to 7.1875%
Bernalillo
January 2019 Rio Rancho (Sandoval Co)
Raised from 7.4375% to 7.6875%
Rio Rancho
January 2019 Pueblo De Cochiti (2) (Sandoval Co)
Raised from 6.25% to 6.375%
Pena Blanca, Cochiti Pueblo and Cochiti Lake

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