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Boo! Indiana Halloween Sales Tax

Boo! Indiana Halloween Sales Tax

Happy Halloween from the Indiana Department of Revenue. Just in time for Halloween the Department has issued a Letter of Finding regarding the taxability of custom costumes. An Indiana company that designs and produces custom mascots and costumes was found liable for Indiana sales tax on design and labor charges separately stated on its invoices … Read More

Streamlined Sales Tax Updates: Oklahoma and Vermont

Oklahoma and Vermont have both issued revisions to their taxability matrices updated October 14th and 11th respectively. The matrix for both states can be found on the Streamlined Sales Tax website. The changes are as follows: Oklahoma dental prostheses with a prescription and dental prosthesis without a prescription as exempt rather than taxable. Vermont direct … Read More

E-Filing Replaces Spreadsheet Filing in Colorado

Submitted by Guest Writer: Doreen JessephEffective October 1, 2010, multiple location sales and use tax filers in Colorado who currently use spreadsheets to file their sales tax must choose a different filing method beginning with the September 2010 filing period. “Spreadsheet filers” must choose to file with an approved vendor, create their own XML file … Read More