Recreational vehicle use tax

If you are thinking about purchasing a recreational vehicle there may be an additional tax liability when purchased from an out-of-state vendor, called use tax. Here’s what you need to know about the recreational vehicle use tax. Don’t miss: Child tax credits return to normal What is use tax? Use tax is a tax on …

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Colorado’s new tax – retail delivery fees

Brand new just this month: Retail Delivery Fees! Effective July 1, 2022, Colorado began imposing a retail delivery fee on all deliveries by motor vehicle to a location in the state with at least one item of tangible personal property that is subject to state sales or use tax. To be clear: this is not …

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Red flags that trigger a sales tax audit

A 2022 survey of business that had been audited in the last 18 months revealed just how much businesses stand to lose on audits, why they are audited, and the most likely state to get an audit notice from. Here are some red flags that trigger a sales tax audit. Don’t miss: Religious leader tax …

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Pandemic remote working tax relief is ending

As we begin to see an end in sight for the pandemic in the United States, some states have started eliminating their temporary pandemic remote working tax relief programs related to employees working remotely. This could lead to your business being subject to additional state taxes, which may require you to file state tax returns …

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Food delivery businesses and sales tax issues

Not long after the decision in Wayfair gave states the ability to enact “economic nexus” laws, marketplace facilitator laws started to rise. Generally, a “marketplace facilitator” is a business that has a marketplace and contracts with third-party sellers to promote the sale of certain tangible property, digital goods and services through the marketplace. The well-known …

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