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In Touch 9/20/23

Scott Waltman with the Aberdeen Curling Club joins us to talk about the upcoming Aberdeen Learn to Curl…

In Touch 9/19/23

Patricia Kendall from the Dacotah Prairie Museum joins us to talk about the upcoming “Harvest Stroll”…

South Dakota sales tax rate do decrease effective July 1st

The State of South Dakota is reminding residents and visitors, the temporary tax holiday will go into effect July 1st. HB 1137 passed by the state legislature this past session will lower the state’s sales tax rate from 4.5 to 4.2 percent. According to a study produced by Keloland News, this sales tax decrease will save taxpayers about $104 million over the next year or about 30 cents on every 100 spent. This tax cut is not permanent however, as it is set to expire June 30th 2027 unless the state legislature makes it permanent or extends it sometime before it expires.