WASHINGTON — Several D.C. tax rates change effective Oct. 1, coinciding with the start of the District’s 2019 fiscal year. Here’s a list of D.C. taxes going up:
The existing tax rate for prepared food and drink remains unchanged at 10 percent, and the service for parking or storing vehicles remains unchanged at 18 percent.
The tax increases were approved earlier this year by the D.C. Council to help fund the $178 million a year it has dedicated to Metro.
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