State of the States

Pickart, Joseph A.; Pessefall, Douglas A.
March 2008
Journal of State Taxation;Mar2008, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p13
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the sales and use tax treatment of transactions that involve both nontaxable services and tangible personal property on the interior design industry in Wisconsin. It states that the general rule in Wisconsin and in other states in the country is that all sales and uses of tangible personal property are subject to taxation unless specifically exempt. It also offers information on the different solutions and provision of nontaxable services which depend on the state law and legislation observed by the respective states.


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