Each county, city and special district can add sales taxes on top of the state rate.
Under Oklahoma law, sales tax must be charged and collected on all transfers of title or possession of tangible personal property that occur within the state.
Sales tax is also levied on certain services that are provided in the state. If the transaction occurs within the boundaries of a county or municipality that also levies a sales tax, those taxes will be applied as well.
Sales tax rates in Oklahoma are destination-based meaning if you ship goods, you will need to collect at the rate(s) in effect at the location where delivery occurs. This complicates business for retailers who need to have the exact and up-to-date sales tax rate for every shipment they make.
Use our easy Sales Tax Online Lookup Solution which includes a free sales tax calculator to see the breakdown of the Oklahoma taxes by municipality. After entering a ZIP code, you can enter a retail price to calculate the sales tax totals.
See all the Zip2Tax solutions available for Oklahoma sales taxes here.
Special Tax Rules for Oklahoma:
Under Oklahoma law, use tax must be paid on tangible personal property purchased and brought into this state for storage, use or consumption. If the property is brought into a county or municipality that also levies a use tax, the applicable county or municipal use tax must also be paid.
Retailers maintaining a place of business within the state and/or making sales from a place of business outside the state for use in Oklahoma are required to collect from the customer the appropriate state and local use tax.
Follow this link to the Oklahoma Department of Revenue for more information.