Are Internet sales subject to sales tax?

Answer As of 2010, Internet transactions are not subject to sales tax unless the company has a physical presence, such as a storefront, in the state of the customer, according to the U.S. Small Business A... Read More »

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How to Collect Sales Tax on Internet Sales?

Online businesses in most states are required to collect state sales tax from residents of the same state on sales within the home state. The sales tax requirement does not carry over into collect... Read More »

Is kerosene subject to sales tax in Louisiana?

Kerosene fuel, along with various other types of fuels such as gasoline and diesel, is subject to a tax rate of 20 cents per gallon in the state of Louisiana.References:Louisiana Department of Reve... Read More »

Are subscriptions subject to sales tax in Michigan?

In Michigan, as of April 2010, magazine subscriptions that qualify as second-class mailing materials, whether mailed or bought at a store, are exempt from sales tax. However, as of December, 2009 M... Read More »

Is a service call subject to sales tax?

Service calls are a form of repair labor. In most states, repair labor is not taxable, but fabrication labor is. The only instance in which a service call is taxable is if a buyer also pays for raw... Read More »