Idaho Sales Tax

On this page you will find handy sales and use tax information about Idaho.

How to use this page:

We’ve pulled in the information from all our Charts for a consolidated view by state.  Here you can see the sales tax rates and if the state has remote seller nexus rules. You can also see any sales tax holidays or amnesty programs that may exist, though these do not apply to all states.

Below the chart you can find any News & Tip item we have published that relates to Idaho that you can filter by topic. This will help you get informed on current and past legislation that has passed in the state.

State Rate


Range of Local Rates

0% – 3% Some local jurisdictions do not impose a sales tax.

Local Rates Apply to Use Tax



7/1/2018see state notice







Administration Information
Streamlined Sales Tax Status

Advisory State


11 Sales Tax Jurisdictions



Sales Tax Sourcing (Intrastate)


Sales Tax Return Due Date

The 20th of the month following the reporting period

Exemption Information

Idaho Resale Certificate


Product types of exemptions: aircraft, broadcast equipment, clean rooms, contractors, computer software, farming and ranching, funeral services, heating materials, logging, medical items, prescription drugs mining, motor fuel, sales for resale, R&D, utilities


Idaho Exemption Certificates

State Links
State Tax Web Page

Idaho State Tax Commission

Rate Look-Up Page

Idaho Sales Tax Rate Look-Up

Registration Link

Register for Idaho Sales Tax

History & Fun Facts

Idaho enacted its sales and use tax in 1965 and it was approved by the electorate during the 1966 election.


The original Idaho state sales tax rate was 3%, it has since climbed to 6% as of October 2006.

  • Several Idaho resort cities and three auditorium (community center that service public need and promote prosperity, security, and general welfare of the inhabitants of the district) districts have a local sales tax imposed in addition to the state sales tax. These local “option” taxes are decided by voters in the community.

State Notices & Resources for Remote Sellers

Use this state by state guide to find each state\’s initial guidance on how to proceed post-Wayfair, state resources such as FAQs, and any state activity such as going through a legislative process that impacts remote sellers.

Economic Nexus State by State Chart

Key information such as effective dates, thresholds, and includable sales for out-of-state sellers making sales into states that have enacted economic nexus legislation both before and after the South Dakota v. Wayfair Supreme Court decision.

Sales Tax Nuances of Trade Show Attendance

Trade show attendance in another state can create physical nexus and trigger sales tax obligations. Learn key nuances of trade show rules across the states.

Idaho Enacts Economic and Marketplace Nexus Legislation

Idaho has enacted legislation with economic nexus and marketplace nexus provisions, effective June 1, 2019.

Idaho Proposes Economic and Marketplace Nexus Legislation

As one of the last holdouts to join every other state with a sales tax, Idaho has proposed economic and marketplace nexus legislation for remote retailers.

Idaho Amends Administrative Rules to Reflect Click-Through Nexus Legislation

The Idaho State Tax Commission has amended state sales and use tax administrative rules to reflect click-through nexus provisions the state passed in 2018.

House Introduces Online Sales Simplicity and Small Business Relief Act of 2018

On September 13, 2018, Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner (R-WI) and additional U.S. House members introduced the Online Sales Simplicity and Small Business Relief Act of 2018.

Idaho Enacts Affiliate Nexus Provisions

Idaho has enacted affiliate nexus provisions, effective July 1, 2008.

Remote Seller Resources

Comprehensive list of resources for remote sellers following the South Dakota v. Wayfair Supreme Court decision – including state notices, videos, articles, training opportunities, and more.

U.S. Supreme Court Issues Decision In South Dakota v. Wayfair

On June 21, 2018, the U.S. Supreme Court issued its decision in the South Dakota v. Wayfair case, ruling in favor of South Dakota and overturning Quill’s physical presence rule.

South Dakota v. Wayfair Analysis & Predictions: Sales Tax Experts Weigh-In

Sales tax experts lend their insight into and predictions for one of the most important U.S. Supreme Court decisions regarding sales tax in decades, South Dakota v. Wayfair.

Idaho Enacts Click-Through Nexus Legislation

Effective July 1, 2018, Idaho has enacted click-through nexus legislation.

Record Number of Sellers Participate in 2017 MTC Amnesty Program

The volume of applicants for the 2017 online marketplace seller tax amnesty program overwhelmed the Multistate Tax Commission.

Multistate Tax Commission Announces Tax Amnesty Program for Online Sellers

The MTC organized a tax amnesty program for online sellers, running from August 17 to November 1, 2017. The voluntary disclosure program allowed sellers to start remitting sales tax on future sales without penalty or liability for unpaid, prior accumulated sales tax in 25 participating states.

No Regulation Without Representation Act of 2017 Introduced

Under the proposed House bill, a state may tax or regulate a person’s activity in interstate commerce only when the person is physically present in the state during the period in which the tax or regulation is imposed.

Congress Introduces Marketplace Fairness Act of 2017 and Remote Transactions Parity Act of 2017

Introduced on April 27, 2017, the Marketplace Fairness Act of 2017, if enacted, would authorize states meeting certain requirements to require remote sellers that do not meet a small seller exception to collect their state and local sales and use taxes.

Online Sales Simplification Act of 2016 Discussion Draft is Introduced

The proposed legislation would implement a “hybrid origin” approach for remote sales. States could impose sales tax on remote sales if the origin state participates in a clearinghouse.

No Regulation Without Representation Act of 2016 Introduced

Taking the opposite approach of the Marketplace Fairness Act and Remote Transactions Parity Act, the proposed bill would limit the ability of states to require remote sellers to collect use tax. However, the bill failed to pass.

House Introduces Remote Transactions Parity Act of 2015

U.S. House of Representatives introduced the Remote Transactions Parity Act of 2015 on 06/15/15. More…

Senate Introduces Marketplace Fairness Act of 2015

On March 10, 2015, a bipartisan group of senators introduced the Marketplace Fairness Act of 2015.

Federal Government Introduces New Remote Seller Bill

The federal Marketplace Fairness Act of 2013 was introduced in the House of Representatives and the Senate on February 14, 2013.

Retailer with Substantial Nexus in Idaho Defined

This legislation amends section 63-3611 of the Idaho Code to provide that a “retailer engaged in business in this state” be defined as any retailer with substantial nexus in this state, and creates a new section 63-3615A of the Idaho…