NYS Tax Department Stops Issuing Guidance

As you are probably aware, the New York State sales tax law can be very confusing and hard to interpret.  Previously, if a Taxpayer was struggling to determine if the products or services that they offer are subject to sales tax, they were able to write into the Tax Department and ask for written guidance. The Advisory Opinion will state if what they are selling is subject to New York State sales tax.

However, over the ...

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You Don’t Want a Sales Tax Surprise

When Sales Tax Is An Unpleasant Surprise

Surprises can be great…birthday parties, winning lotto, finding money in a pocket, etc. Other surprises, such as getting a letter from New York State, that you owe sales tax and use tax from a company that you bought? This is an unfortunate surprise that many companies face.

Purchasing a business can be very exciting, but also expensive. Most businesses are unaware that sales and use tax responsibilities do not disappear with the transfer of ...

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Colorado Retail Delivery Fee Set To Begin on July 1, 2022

Sales taxes come in all shapes and sizes.

Effective July 1, 2022, Colorado will be imposing a 27 cent Retail Delivery Fee (“RDF”), which is actually combined total of six delivery fees. This includes community access, clean fleet, clean transit, general retail, bridge and tunnel and air pollution mitigation.

The fee is imposed on all deliveries made by motor vehicle to a location in Colorado with at least one item of tangible personal property. This applies from a TV purchased ...

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