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Re:Medical Device Excise Sales Tax 2.3% starting
01/01/2013. should every seller of sell Medical device add to sales to the customer purchase
Jan 20, 2013 03:32 PM
Depends entirely on how you acquired the item you are reselling. If you are a retail business collecting excise tax you collect it regardless of how you sell the item, online or store or whatever. The normal method for collecting excise tax is to simply incorporate it into the selling price, not listing it as a seperate item.
If you are not licensed to collect federal excise tax then it has already been paid somewhere along the pipeline prior to you acquiring the item and you should not be adding anything additional for it.
Wish my fingers would pay closer attention to what I spell correctly.