Software Executive Magazine

February/March 2018

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STATE LEVEL SaaS SALES TAX STATUS STATE SAAS COMPUTER CONSULTING TRAINING (WEB OR ON-SITE) Alabama T# E E Alaska - Local E E E Arizona T E E Arkansas E E E California E E E Colorado E E E Connecticut T* T* T Delaware NONE NONE NONE Florida E E E Georgia E E E Hawaii T T T Idaho E E E Illinois T# E E Indiana T# E E Iowa E E E Kansas E# E E Kentucky T E E Louisiana T E E Maine E# E E Maryland E E E Massachusetts T E E Michigan E E E Minnesota E E E Mississippi T# E E Missouri E E E Montana NONE NONE NONE STATE SAAS COMPUTER CONSULTING TRAINING (WEB OR ON-SITE) Nebraska E E T Nevada E E E New Hampshire NONE NONE NONE New Jersey T# E E New Mexico T T T New York T E E North Carolina T# E E North Dakota T# E E Ohio T E E Oklahoma E E E Oregon NONE NONE NONE Pennsylvania T E E Rhode Island T# E E South Carolina T E E South Dakota T T T Tennessee T E E Texas T E E Utah T E E Vermont E E E Virginia E E E Washington T E E West Virginia T T T Wisconsin E E E Wyoming E E E Puerto Rico T T T Washington DC T E E T = taxable at the standard rate T* = taxable at a nonstandard rate E = exempt or nontaxable NONE = no sales tax in the state T#, E# = Generally taxable or exempt, but final tax status may vary based on specific definitions or conditions. This could be due to regulations regarding where the host server is located in relation to the customer or whether the customer takes control of the server. SaaS is defined as providing access to an application service provider (ASP) server of canned software delivered electronically over the web. Computer consulting is de- fined as fees for setting up a new computer system. Software training is defined as sep- arately stated charges for training sessions on the use of the software. CHART: As of December 1, 2017 33 SOFTWAREEXECUTIVEMAG.COM FEBRUARY/MARCH 2018

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