what is the total sales tax rate for Dallas,Tx

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    gloriawd:

    Try this sales tax calculator at the State of Texas website. Once you enter an address, It should show your total sales tax rate as well as it's breakdown into state sales tax, city sales tax, and any special district tax rates.

    https://ourcpa.cpa.state.tx.us/atj/addresslookup.jsp

    Also, or alternatively,  the IRS website has a tool that will break all that down by your zipcode:

    http://apps.irs.gov/app/stdc/ 

    The tool will also ask for some other info such as your income range, etc.  Just keep on going through the tool.  On the last page, it will list your sales taxes for your zipcode, including the various tax rates, and break it down into state sales tax, county sales tax, city sales tax, etc.  It will also calculate what your sales tax deduction should be for your particular zipcode and income, which you can use to verify that TT calculated the same amount.


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