West Virginia Sales Tax Rate Changes for 2022 West Virginia: Sales Tax Handbook

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2022 West Virginia Sales Tax Changes

Over the past year, there have been seven local sales tax rate changes in West Virginia. 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 2022 Logan
Raised from 6% to 7%
Chapmanville, Logan, Delbarton, Holden, Verdunville, Pecks Mill, Whitman, Mount Gay, Stollings, Omar, Accoville, Davin, Amherstdale, Mallory, Switzer, Lake, Peach Creek, Wilkinson, Sarah Ann, Henlawson, Big Creek, Sharples, Chauncey, Kistler, Verner, Lyburn, Lorado, Yolyn, Ethel, Bruno, Blair and Cora
February 2022 Wayne
Raised from 6% to 7%
Huntington, Kenova, Wayne, Fort Gay, Lavalette, Kermit, Prichard, Genoa, Ranger, Crum, East Lynn, Dunlow, Wilsondale, Kiahsville and Shoals
February 2022 Kanawha
Raised from 6% to 7%
Saint Albans, Elkview, Poca, Clendenin, Belle, Alum Creek, Tornado, Cabin Creek, East Bank, Cedar Grove, Pinch, Eskdale, Hernshaw, Falling Rock, Blue Creek, Winifrede, Institute, Hugheston, Gallagher, Drybranch, Pond Gap, Hansford, Mammoth, Handley, London, Blount, Miami, Dawes and Tad
July 2021 Man
Raised from 6% to 7%
Man
July 2021 Sophia
Raised from 6% to 7%
Sophia
July 2021 Smithers
Raised from 6% to 7%
Smithers and Mount Olive
July 2021 Paden City
Raised from 6% to 7%
Paden City

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