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Using the Internet to Deliver or Facilitate the Delivery of Your Service?

Jul 6th 2010
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Are you a service company that uses the Internet to provide your service?

Do you provide clients with access to a client portal via the Internet?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, you may have sales tax exposure and not know it.

The issue is whether your service company is treated as selling services; OR as selling software via the Internet which may be taxable for sales tax purposes. Examples of businesses that may be operating this way are: marketing agencies, portfolio management services, insurance services, payroll processing services, logistics management support services, retail management services, mortgage related services, and any other service provider.

If you are using software or the Internet to provide your service, or facilitate the delivery of your service, please contact me at [email protected] to discuss how we can help you determine your state and local tax compliance risk.

Also, please contact me for a copy of FREE WEBINAR MATERIALS on the sales taxation of digital products and cloud computing.


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