Sales and Use Tax: What's Taxable by State

March 6, 2016

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Updated July 2016 Sales and use taxes are typically levied on tangible personal property. However many states exempt some tangible property from sales tax, while taxing some intangible property. The following table presents in general what is and is not subject to sales tax, state by state. Because tangible property exemptions and taxable services are too numerous to list in their entirety, the matrix also includes links to the full text on states' web sites. In some cases you may find…

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