Topics:DefinitionsSales andUse TaxOverviewPresenter:Alesia Kennersonportal.ct.gov/drs orportal.ct.gov/tscSales & Use Tax BasicsExemptions from Sales& Use TaxTaxable ServicesContractorsSales Tax ReturnRecord KeepingMiscellaneous1
Definitions Tangible Personal Property (TPP) – Goods that are movable Real Property – Buildings and land Exempt sales – Non-taxable goods and services (food) Exempt Entities – Companies/Agencies that do not pay taxes The Return – The Sales and Use Tax form that is filed for your business Remit – The amount of sales/use tax that is paid with the return Trust Tax – Sales tax is collected on behalf of the State The Taxpayer Service Center (TSC) – Secure electronic filing systemportal.ct.gov/drs orportal.ct.gov/tsc2
Sales and Use Tax Basics – 6.35%Seller charges customersales tax and remitsdirectly to DRS.SALES TAXCustomer remits the salestax directly to DRS. Sellerdid not charge tax.USE TAXportal.ct.gov/drs orportal.ct.gov/tsc3
Sales & Use Tax BasicsGoodsServicesAll goods (TPP) soldin CT are taxableunless there is aspecific exemption.Only those servicesdeemed to be taxable,are taxable.portal.ct.gov/drs orportal.ct.gov/tsc4
Exempt Sales of Goods or ServicesExempt byState StatuteExempt withCertificateNo exemption certificaterequiredRequires properly completedexemption certificate Child Car Seats Bulk Food Products Non-prescription medicines Resale Certificate Cert-119 – Exempt Agency Cert-134 – Gov’t EntitySee IP 2018(5) for full listportal.ct.gov/drs orportal.ct.gov/tsc5
Common Exempt SalesFederal, State& MunicipalAgenciesSales forResaleResale CertContractor’sPurchase forExempt EntityCharitable &ReligiousOrganizationsCert-119Out of StateSalesShipping recordsCert-141See IP 2018(5) Sec. 4Cert-134portal.ct.gov/drs orportal.ct.gov/tscSee Exemption Certificates6
Resale Certificate Good Faith Blanket or Single Use Good for 3 years, (blanket) Completely filled out Description of business matches to description of itemsportal.ct.gov/drs or portal.ct.gov/tsc7
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CERT - 119Purchases of Goods and Services by Exempt OrganizationsInclude either: Or:E-number issued to theorganization by DRS IRS letter that designates theorganization as a 501(c)(3) or(13) organizationCompletely Filled OutBlanket or Single UseGood for 3 Years (blanket)Paid for by exempt agency fundsportal.ct.gov/drs or portal.ct.gov/tsc9
CERT - 141Contractor’s Exempt PurchaseMay be used to purchase materials that will bephysically incorporated into exempt properties such as:1.CT State Government Agencies2.CT Municipalities3.Federal Government Agencies4.Charitable or Religious entities - 501(c)(3)portal.ct.gov/drs or portal.ct.gov/tsc10
Common Taxable ServicesTangible PersonalPropertyReal Property Janitorial Services Landscaping Services Maintenance Services toReal PropertyServices to ExistingIndustrial, Commercialand Income ProducingReal PropertySee IP 2018(5) Sec. 3 for full list Motor Vehicle Repairs,Storage, Towing andWashingComputer & DataProcessing Services 1%Repair Services toTangible PersonalPropertyportal.ct.gov/drs orportal.ct.gov/tscPersonal Services Spa Services includingManicure/Pedicure Pet Grooming/Boarding/Obedience Services Cosmetic medicalProcedures Health and Athletic Clubs11
See IP 2018(2) for more info12
Contractor’s Sales InvoiceWrong WayRight Way 40,000.00 Materials (incl. tax 40,000.00 Materials (incl. taxpaid at purchase)paid at purchase) 60,000.00 Service 60,000.00 Service 100,000.00 Total 100,000.00 Total 6,350.00 Sales Tax (on 3,810.00 Sales Tax (on 100,000.00 total) 60,000.00 service)portal.ct.gov/drs or portal.ct.gov/tsc13
Landscapers Services to new construction and residentialproperties are not exempt May purchase items on resale - physicallyincorporated Get Resale Certificate if reselling the service Masons can be consideredSee Reg. 12-407(2)(i)(V)-1landscapersportal.ct.gov/drs or portal.ct.gov/tsc14
Reporting Gross Receiptsportal.ct.gov/drs or portal.ct.gov/tsc15
Taking the Deductionportal.ct.gov/drs or portal.ct.gov/tsc16
Purchases Subject to Use Taxportal.ct.gov/drs or portal.ct.gov/tsc17
Sales and Use Tax – Form OS-114Due DateFiling StatusNew Businesses start as Monthly filersMonthly, Quarterly or Annual returnsFiling frequency determined by DRSOne month from the end of the periodMaster Calendar of Due DatesReturn due even if no tax is due!HowMonthly/quarterly Filers – On-line through TSCAnnual Filers – On-line through TSC or paper mail inTSC Video Click hereportal.ct.gov/drs orportal.ct.gov/tsc18
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Proposed Assessment Noticeportal.ct.gov/drs or portal.ct.gov/tsc20
Record KeepingSource DocumentsBooks of Record Cash Register Tapes Daily Sales Summary POS Reports - Detail POS Reports - Summary Sales Invoices Sales Journal Guest Checks Cash Receipts Journal Purchase Invoices Check Register Bank / Credit Card Statements Purchase Journal Exemption Certificates General LedgerRefer to Reg. 12-2-12 for record keeping requirementsportal.ct.gov/drs orportal.ct.gov/tsc21
Time Requirement to Keep RecordsRequired State law requires business records be maintained 3 yearsRecommended Certain circumstances may lead to audit review longerthan 3 years, DRS recommends records be maintained 6yearsportal.ct.gov/drs orportal.ct.gov/tsc22
When in Doubt,Don’t Throw It Out!Don’t be like this lady – Get Organized!portal.ct.gov/drs orportal.ct.gov/tsc23
Remember Sales Tax is a “Trust-Fund Tax”. Businesses collect Sales Tax on behalf of the State,and hold it in trust until it is due to be paid. More stringent penalties for failure to pay the taxesheld in trustportal.ct.gov/drs or portal.ct.gov/tsc24
Business Entity Tax (BET) For Entity types:– S Corps– LLC - Limited Liability Company– SMLLC – Single Member LLC– LLP – Limited Liability Partnership– LP – Limited Partnerships 250 Biennial Tax – Every 2 years Form OP-424 due April 15 – Odd numbered yearsportal.ct.gov/drs or portal.ct.gov/tsc25
Research Library - Topical Indexesportal.ct.gov/drs or portal.ct.gov/tsc26
Received mail from DRS? Please read entire notice first and follow any instructions Take any action May be a missed return / delinquency notice – please fileyour return May be an issue with a payment May be a filing frequency changeportal.ct.gov/drs orportal.ct.gov/tsc27
Want to stay connected?Add email address in TSC profileLike us on FacebookSign up for e-Alertsportal.ct.gov/drs orportal.ct.gov/tsc28
Additional Reference Links: New Business Information Page IP 2018(5), Getting Started in Business IP 2018(2), Building Contractor’s Guide Exemption Certificates Taxpayer Service Center (TSC) Sales Tax Topical Index Reg. 12-407(2)(i)(V)-1 Landscapersportal.ct.gov/drs orportal.ct.gov/tsc29
Sales & Use Tax Basics. All goods (TPP) sold in CT are taxable unless there is a specific exemption. Only those services deemed to be taxable, are taxable. 4 portal.ct.gov/drs or portal.ct.gov/tsc Goods Services. portal.ct.gov/drs or portal.ct.gov/tsc 5 Exempt Sales of Goods or Services Exempt by
Wisconsin . Sales and Use . Tax Information . Includes information regarding — 5% state sales and use tax 0.5% county sales and use tax 0.1% baseball stadium sales and use tax Publication 201 (1/19) Important Change Menominee County tax begins April 1, 2020 Baseball stadium district tax ends March 31, 2020 Outagamie County tax begins January 1, 2020
Sales Tax Sales tax – tax on purchased goods and services Tax is determined by? Paid by? Helps fund? Does your state have sales tax? A percentage added to the original price of an item 1.00 item charged 6% sales tax 1.06 Anyone who purchases an item charged with sales tax Some states don’t have sales tax Expenses of state .
The tax rate of 5% applies for both the Wisconsin state sales tax and use tax. The sales tax is based upon the sales price from retail sales. The use tax is based upon the purchase price of the product or service purchased. In counties which have adopted the county tax (see Appendix C for a list of these counties), the tax rate is 5.5%
2 Basic principles for generating a sales tax code respectively a sales tax transaction. A Sales tax code will only be generated if 2 records are available for a transaction: 1. Sales tax group 2. Item sales tax group Criteria for the Sales tax group: this is information about the customer / vendor.
Sales and Use Tax Audit Manual Last Updated: 6/12/2012 1 SALES AND USE TAX AUDIT MANUAL Major Headings Table of Contents Chapter 8 – Delinquent Tax Assignments Introduction Chapter 9 - Criminal Tax Program Chapter 1 – Tax Overview Chapter 10 – Computer Assisted Audits Chapter 2 – Audit Function Appendix 1 – Tax Returns Chapter 3 – Procedures (Tax Type) Appendix 2 – Audit .
its sales tax from 5.95 percent to 6.1 percent in April 2019. Sales tax rates differ by state, but sales tax bases also impact how much revenue is collected from a tax and how the tax affects the economy. Sales tax rate differentials can induce consumers to shop across borders or buy products online. FISCAL FACT No. 737 Jan. 2021
its sales tax from 5.95 percent to 6.1 percent in April 2019. Sales tax rates differ by state, but sales tax bases also impact how much revenue is collected from a tax and how the tax affects the economy. Sales tax rate differentials can induce consumers to shop across borders or buy products online. FISCAL FACT No. 686 Jan. 2020
Sales and Use Tax Basics –6.35% SALES TAX Seller charges customer sales tax and remits directly to DRS. USE TAX Customer remits the sales tax directly to DRS.
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Business tax basics Where the money comes from (in billions): 11 0 State retail sales and use tax 4 9 Local retail sales and use tax 2 8 State share property tax 3 2 Other state taxes and fees 4 2 Business and occupation tax 0 4 Other local revenues 26.5 Total state taxes 11 0 State retail sales and use tax 3 2 Other state
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