I can see them doing that to physical items purchased but not downloadable products.
Robert Freise said:From what I've been hearing in the news all this may change as all internet sales will be required to have sales tax added
Yes, each state would need to pass a law to be able to collect.
Can anyone tell me what came of this? Are people in California still being charged sales tax? I am curious, as I am being charged sales tax in Georgia. However, it appears to me that Georgia has a similar exemtion in their code, specifically line 91 under Exemptions of:
O.C.G.A. § 48-8-3
Copyright 2012 by The State of Georgia
All rights reserved.
*** Current Through the 2012 Regular Session ***
TITLE 48. REVENUE AND TAXATION
CHAPTER 8. SALES AND USE TAXES
ARTICLE 1. STATE SALES AND USE TAX
PART 1. GENERAL PROVISIONS
(91) The sale of prewritten software which has been delivered to the purchaser electronically or by means of load and leave
California is no longer being charged sales tax.
They mentioned the revision in one of the announcement threads a few months ago, but I don't see that announcement anymore. But they did revise it for California, and we haven't been seeing sales tax since.
Edit: I found the revised statement (linked earlier in this thread) here: http://www.daz3d.com/forums/discussion/2055_98/
At the time, I was able to get refunded for the CA sales tax collected via a support ticket.
Is support ticket how we find out if this is a tax DAZ should even be collecting?
Seems to me like a good way to call it to their attention. But maybe one of the moderators will suggest something else?