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    Need Help: Charging Taxes

    Our web hosting business is based in MA, USA. Do we have to charge our customer's taxes? If not, could someone post a link to show us where is says that we don't have to? Thanks

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    I believe you only have to charge taxes if they live in the same state.

    Of course, I live in Delaware, which is tax-free, so someone else may know better

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    Re: Need Help: Charging Taxes

    Originally posted by hddweb
    Our web hosting business is based in MA, USA. Do we have to charge our customer's taxes? If not, could someone post a link to show us where is says that we don't have to? Thanks
    Everything you need to know: http://www.mass.gov/portal/index.jsp...xesregulations
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    Isn't that something you should know before you start selling?
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    You should contact your State's IRS department. I spoke with my lawyer on the issue, and he said Internet tax-laws are still sketchy.

    In my state, Georgia, I would only have to pay taxes on equipment I purchase for the business. I don't have to charge sales tax on any of my orders.

    All it takes is a free phone call to your IRS department to see if they do taxes on an internet related business; web hosting.
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