[APG Public List] To all New York State based genealogical researchers
wilssearch at me.com
Fri Jul 30 08:46:50 MDT 2010
I am wondering about the researcher who lives in another state, but
the client lives in NY? Or is this like the online sales tax where
the sales tax is collected only in the states where the store has a
brick & mortar presence?
wilssearch at me.com
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On Jul 30, 2010, at 8:04 AM, Alvie L. Davidson CG wrote:
I suppose this means that any researcher in NY who charges for their
services will have to set up a state tax account and collect a sales
tax to report to the revenue department. If I read the publication
correctly that is what I am discovering.
FL has a number of services which must collect sales tax but
genealogical services is not one of them.
Alvie L. Davidson CG
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] On Behalf Of LDTA at aol.com
Sent: Friday, July 30, 2010 7:38 AM
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Subject: [APG Public List] To all New York State based genealogical
A heads up to New York State based researchers:
New York State has implemented, as of 19 July 2010, a new way to raise
further revenues. Those who deal in information services must, as of
1 September 2010, begin to charge, collect and remit sales tax on
"Genealogical research services" are specifically mentioned. See page
two of the flier which can be found at the site listed below.
Linda Templer Alexander
P. O. Box 266
Fairport, New York 14450-0266
LDTA at aol.com
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