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Which states do not pay sales tax
Sales tax is one of the most surprising things for tourists and recent immigrants to the United States because it is generally not included in the price and so what you pay for a product may be different from the cost on the sticker.
This article contains information on which states do not have a sales tax, what sales tax applies in each of the states that do collect it and what are the main exceptions to the general rule. Finally, the rules that apply to Internet purchases are explained.
Within the states that do have this tax, the rules are different. Some allow local markups and state sales tax and county and/or municipal sales tax must be added to the sticker price.
Also, some goods or services may be taxed at a higher rate than the general rate. For example, renting a car for a short period of time, in some states such as Massachusetts, this happens with the purchase of luxury items.
States that do not levy taxes in the U.S.
The term “economic nexus” is used to refer to the commercial presence of an out-of-state seller in the U.S. that, after exceeding a certain level of transactions or revenue, requires it to collect sales tax within that state. In the U.S., sales tax is generally regulated at the state level and each state has different sales tax laws and regulations. Prior to the advent of the internet, determining whether you had economic nexus to a particular location was very simple: you had to collect sales tax in a state if you had a physical store, office, warehouse, employee or temporary trade show at that location
In 2018, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled and set a new precedent in the ruling known as “South Dakota v. Wayfair.” A state can now require a company to collect sales tax even if it has neither a physical store nor a sales representative in that state. Since then, it is enough to have an “economic” presence or to reach a certain level of revenue or sales for the state to consider the company to have economic nexus. In addition to these criteria based on economic presence, the obligation to register in any state where you have a physical presence also remains in effect.
Taxes by state in the U.S.
If you are one of the many taxpayers who pay state income taxes, the IRS allows you to claim a deduction on your federal income tax return for them. The state income tax deduction is only available if you are eligible to itemize your deductions on your federal return.
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