2012 Drop Shipments
Taxation, Compliance and Planning
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Drop Shipments: Taxation, Compliance and Planning (2012) helps sales and use tax professionals sift through the tangle of state rules related to multi-party drop-shipment transactions. The book is based on a poll of states that impose sales or transaction taxes. As business expands across borders knowledge of the rules in each U.S. state jurisdiction is essential in order to estimate costs and comply with all tax and reporting requirements. The book includes state tax requirements for the District of Columbia and all 45 states that impose sales or transaction taxes. This book is completely updated and offers a one stop source to research the issues involved in drop shipments as well as the rules applicable in each state, with citation to the states primary source material. Diane Yetter, noted sales tax consultant and founder of the Sales Tax Institute, brings together in one resource each states rules and interpretations defining the taxation of drop shipments.
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