what towns in nj have 3.5% sales tax?

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Answered: Tax on sale of non-primary residence

Not per se. It is however part of the closing costs and therefore can be deducted as part of the expense of sale on the Schedule D.

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Let me see if I have this straight. You own a company that is involved in online interstate commerce. And you don't know how much tax to charge your customers? I find that quite disturbing.

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Answered: When was the first sales tax used

Sales taxes, including those imposed by local governments, are generally administered at the state level. States imposing sales tax require retail sellers to collect tax from customers, file returns, and remit the tax to the state. Procedural rules vary widely. Sellers generally must collect tax ...
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What is excise tax and regressive tax?

Excise is an example of a regressive tax along with such taxes as payroll tax. They are considered regressive as they are usualy levied upon a business and they have the characteristic of not contributing to the growth or development of that business. more info : https://www.onlinefiletaxes.com/

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Take it to a IRS office and ask what to do.

Is waterproofing a building considered capital improvement under the

I think it is but I would confirm it with the tax assessor before you move forward with this project.