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Posted On : Sat Aug 29th,2009

 
 

Nearly all tangible personal property transferred for value is taxable. This includes property purchased for lease or rent. Most goods, wares, and merchandise are taxable in united state. Services associated with the sale of tangible personal property may also be taxable. Only installation and repair/reconditioning service is not taxable if it is separately stated on the invoice. Most food purchases of unprepared or uncooked food is not taxable. You may write to the InfoTaxSquare.com about the taxability of a specific item.
 

  

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Comments (10)
Matt Swartz   wrote on : Tue Jan 05th,2010
Hi, I was wondering if Personal Training (Fitness) services are taxable in Georgetown, Texas 78628? Thank You Matt Swartz
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Dear Matt Swartz:

First we thank you for choosing InfoTaxSquare.com for your business needs. As per our knowledge personal training (Fitness) is not subject to collect sales tax in the state of Texas. But we suggest you for verification please either contact to your accountant or attorney.

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strickland   wrote on : Sun Jan 24th,2010
Hi, If I am a Maryland licensed business buying energy star products(building materials) FROM a Pennsylvania manufacturer and installing these products in maryland private residences, should I be paying the Pennsylvania manufacturer sales tax? Please note, the products I am installing meet the new guidlines/ratings to qualify for the new tax credit..."up to $1500 credit) I really appreciate any input.....THANKS, Strickland
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Dear Strickland,

Thanks for choosing InfoTaxSquare.com for your business needs. To avoid paying sales tax to the out of state suppliers you need to provide them your state id number of that sate. You can either use the following link to apply your sales tax number by using the following link or call us at 516.822.3100 for more information.

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Bryan   wrote on : Fri Apr 16th,2010
Hi, I was wondering is screen printing services taxable in the state of North Carolina?
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Dear Bryan:

Thanks for choosing InfoTaxSquare.com for your business needs. Our job is limited to registration. To know about taxable or non-taxable items please either contact to your accountant or call at 1-877-252-3052 or visit @ N.C Department of Revenue.

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Brett Lee   wrote on : Tue May 04th,2010
How long do it takes to get a business license?
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It depends on your state and county



Grambit   wrote on : Wed May 05th,2010
How long do I have from the time I opened my business to start filing taxes? I live in Florida.
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Two and half month from your due date. For instance; If you have a calender year end 12/31/2009 then your deadline is 03/15/2010. If you have a fiscal year end of 05/31/2010 then your deadline to file taxes is 08/15/2010.



charles martin   wrote on : Sat May 15th,2010
I will be renting quilting machines by the hour.......I will be offering a service. I am in Williams Arizona. What percentage of sales tax will I charge?
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Dear Charles Martin:

Thanks for choosing InfoTaxSquare.com for your business needs. It depends on the state and county. You can visit to your state to check the table to charge sales tax.

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Stephanie   wrote on : Fri Jul 16th,2010
Hi, was wondering about a sales tax license. I want to sale seasoning and baking mixes. Like dips and cookies, cakes, etc... Is there tax on packaged mixes? Also about all license fees for State of North Dakota?
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Dea Stephanie:

Thanks for choosing InfoTaxSquare.com for your business needs. Please use the following link for your question and If you still need any help please do not hesitate to contact us at +1 (866)754 4460 or email at support@infotaxsquare.com

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Louise   wrote on : Tue Jan 24th,2012
are bakery items subject to nj sales tax
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Dear Louise:

Thanks for considering InfoTaxSquare.com for your business needs. To confirm for Taxable and Non Taxable items you need to either contact to the New Jersey Department of Revenue or your accountant.


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Bob Frissora   wrote on : Mon Jul 30th,2012
I am going to build a new home for someone in Darien CT and my suppliers will charge me sales tax for supplies> Do I charge the home owner any sales tax for the complete building project?
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Dear Bob Frissora,

Thanks for choosing InfoTaxSquare.com for your business needs. You can use the following links for your questions.

https://www.infotaxsquare.com/view_article.php?title=What is a capital improvement?&id=536

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Dianne West   wrote on : Wed Aug 29th,2012
We currently are in the business of purchasing membership cards and providing a printing services for other businesses. We pay sales on the purchase of the cards. My question to you is the following: Should we segrate the cost of the labor and the cost of the materials on the invoice and should we then charge the sales tax on the materials to the customer? Your feedback would be greatly appreciated. Thank you. Dianne West
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Dear Dianne West:

Thanks for choosing InfoTaxSquare.com for your business needs. You are required to charge sales tax on the gross amont you have collected from your customer including Labor Cost + Product Cost and others.

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