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State Taxation in the United States: Sales Taxes in the United States, Commonwealth Edison Co. V. Montana

State Taxation in the United States: Sales Taxes in the United States, Commonwealth Edison Co. V. Montana

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Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Sales Taxes in the United States, Commonwealth Edison Co. V. Montana, State Tax Levels in the United States, Use Tax, State Income Tax, Sales Tax Audit, Gross Receipts Tax, Cigarette Taxes in the United States, Council on State Taxation, Jock Tax, U.s. State Non-Resident Withholding Tax, Sponge Tax, Franchise Tax. Excerpt: This article is part of a series onTaxation Sales taxes in the United States are taxes added onto the price of goods or services that are purchased in the United States. A sales tax is a tax on consumption, which is displayed as a percentage of the sale price. Sales taxes are assessed by every state except Alaska, Delaware, Montana, New Hampshire and Oregon. Hawaii has a similar tax although it is charged to businesses instead of consumers. In some cases, sales taxes are also assessed at the county or municipal level. The sales tax is the responsibility of the merchant to collect and remand to the state, and stated separately (or implicitly added at the time of sale) to consumers. Usually only consumers are charged the tax; resellers are exempt if they do not make use of the goods. In some jurisdictions, a reseller's certificate is required to make use of this privilege. This is in contrast to a value added tax (VAT), where resellers are also taxed (resellers may then claim the VAT paid on their purchases from the applicable authority). States which have exemptions for specific types of organizations (such as schools), may also require a certificate. A sales tax audit is the examination of a companys financial documents by the states tax agency to verify if they have collected the correct amount of sales tax from their customers. The United States Constitution limits the power of the states to subjects within their jurisd... More: http://booksllc.net/?id=2502077