There were many rate changes effective July 1, 2020 but none effective August 1, 2020. It is highly unusual that in over 14,000 jurisdiction in the U.S. something hasn’t changed. But we do have some other August 2020 sales tax related information for you.
The campaign for Measure C on the March 3 ballot in Alameda County California won a majority of votes and was slated to take affect on July 1, 2020. But litigation, claiming the measure did not win a two-thirds approval, stopped the increase at the last minute.
Measure C would raise Alameda County’s sales tax by 0.5%, making it the highest countywide level in the state. The funds would be used for childcare, early education and a pediatric trauma center, which explains why UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital has underwritten most of the campaign costs.
Until the litigation is settled, the rate for Alameda County will remain as follows:
ALAMEDA COUNTY 9.25%
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