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06-15-2009 12:58 PM
RoofCleaningNashville Here in Tennessee you are not required to add sales tax to services rendered for Real Property but you are for personal property so I only have to charge sales tax on materials/parts that I supply.
05-04-2009 01:07 PM
t.peterson Thanks for clearing that up. Each state has different requirements for State sales taxes, while some tax services others do not. It is best to check out your individual state to find out what is required of you and your business.

Here is a reference for quick comparison - (I still advise checking with your states taxation department in order to avoid any confusion and to get the newest updates since local taxes are not included in this reference and those can add significantly to the total tax due)
05-04-2009 12:10 PM
LoneStarCC09 Hey Mr. Peterson,

Thanks for the reply, I'm referring to sales tax. I have heard that with commercial final cleaning there is no need for a sales tax. Is this correct? If not, how do I go about properly taxing for the job? Thank you.

Clint Riley
Lone Star Commercial Clean
04-23-2009 11:26 PM
t.peterson Hello LoneStar

Might I ask what type of "taxing" are you referring to? Sales tax? Payroll taxes? State or Federal Taxes? Local business taxes?
04-22-2009 02:55 PM

I'm looking for the requirements and specifications of taxing. A brief overview or direction to an informative website of the topic would be much appreciated. Thank You.

Clint Riley
Lone Star Commercial Clean

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