State Sales And Transaction Taxes Of IT Products And Services: Navigating The Evolving Landscape
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Sales tax advisors and IT companies providing software, bundled and cloud services face special challenges in determining how and where their products and services will be taxed. There is a wide variety of approaches among the individual states regarding taxes on various IT services and products. Some individual states have specific statutes and rules aimed at determining what IT products and services each state taxes; however, these state rules may conflict with other states’ practices.
Among the challenges IT providers face in assessing whether they will be subject to transaction taxes in a particular state is defining what product or service they are providing in a given transaction. This is particularly true where the transaction has multiple bundled elements. If the “true object” of the item sold is included in the state’s definition of taxable products or services, then the sale likely is subject to transaction tax. In most jurisdictions, including a taxable product or service in a bundle with an otherwise nontaxable service may make the entire transaction subject to tax.
Listen as our experienced panel discusses the various challenges of determining the taxability of IT services and products. Learn best practices from seasoned practitioners on structuring contracts and transactions to segregate taxable from nontaxable services and products.
- Lack of uniformity among states
- Elements of determining taxability
- Character of service or product and “true nature” test
- Data center services
- Help-desk, support and end-user services
- Bundled services and products
- Special sourcing rules
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- What approaches are states taking to define the nature of IT products or services for purposes of determining taxability for sales and use tax?
- How do various states address the question of whether installing servers or software would make otherwise nontaxable IT services subject to state sales and use tax?
- How do the various states treat pre-written software, delivered remotely, for purposes of sales and use tax?
- How are states approaching the question of taxability of cloud services?
After completing this course, you will have a detailed understanding of the various factors used in determining various states’ approaches to taxing sales of IT services and products. You will know how to structure contracts and transactions to properly exempt nontaxable services from state sales tax. You will learn specific techniques for segregating nontaxable services and products.
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