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Did anyone receive a yearly sales statement from summit for sales tax or is this just a Pa. thing. Seems I owe the great state of taxolvania a couple hundred bucks in sales tax that Summit reported


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Yep, i also got one.
 
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No, living in Georgia, the state collects theirs at the time of purchase. In person or online.
 
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^^^^^^^^^ Wisconsin also.
 
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Yep. Got mine. I wish they would take it out at the time of purchase.


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Yes. I call BULLSH*T!

First time ever in my 40+ yrs of racing.

I guess we can thank the great Govenor Wolf and his gang for finding another way to grab the middle class's money ........ what are they going to "fix", now. They sure as hell aren't using it very well to fix the lousy roads in our state.

I'd still like to know what happened to all the last Govenor's promises .. going back to Ed Randell .. saying that they were going to get rid of the "Property Tax". Yes .. I know ..... the 'typical' campaign promise to get elected.

I still just love when you have to report last year's Pa refund, as this year's income .... when it was already overpaid 'taxes' from the previous year.

Don't get me started ...... ooops ... too late ...... Roll Eyes

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You have to love the "COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA". They are going to get your money one way or the other. It would be nice if they took it out when you place the order. I still have no idea how they are able to collect taxes when you order from a company in Ohio?
 
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New law took affect late last year. If you sell online (normal guideline is) $100,000 or more to customers in that given state you are required to collect / report sales tax for that state.

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Thing that pisses me off is they tax your money before you even get it, then they tax you when you try to spend whats left.


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State of California has had a State Sales Tax office open in each state since the early 1980's. How do I know? Cost me about $ 25,000.00 to pay sales tax that customers wouldn't pay when I sent a letter explaining they owed after they had receievd their items that were sent from a Mfgr. out of state That I had took the order. Found out the hard way.
 
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State of California has had a State Sales Tax office open in each state since the early 1980's. How do I know? Cost me about $ 25,000.00 to pay sales tax that customers wouldn't pay when I sent a letter explaining they owed after they had receievd their items that were sent from a Mfgr. out of state That I had took the order. Found out the hard way.


Besides the weather, is there anything good in California?
 
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Sales and Use Tax
Every state that has a sales tax also has a use tax on the purchase of goods and services as defined by law. State sales taxes apply to purchases made in Maryland while the use tax refers to the tax on goods purchased out of state.

Businesses in Maryland are required to collect Maryland's 6 percent sales tax and or 9 percent alcoholic beverage tax from you whenever you make a taxable purchase.

Every time you purchase taxable tangible goods from businesses outside of Maryland, whether in person, over the phone, or on the Internet, the purchase is subject to Maryland's 6 percent use tax or 9 percent alcoholic beverage tax if you use the merchandise in Maryland. Maryland's use tax protects Maryland businesses from unfair competition. Local businesses would be at a competitive disadvantage if consumers were entitled to a 6 or 9 percent discount on items purchased from out of state businesses.


Most people do not claim their online purchases but are supposed to here in MD.


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"I-YI-YI"

What happens when you go to McDonalds in Newark, Delaware (no sales tax in Del.) ..... and wait 'till you get home in PA, to eat your 'Big Mac'!

"Come on man".................. GTFOOH!

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State of California has had a State Sales Tax office open in each state since the early 1980's. How do I know? Cost me about $ 25,000.00 to pay sales tax that customers wouldn't pay when I sent a letter explaining they owed after they had receievd their items that were sent from a Mfgr. out of state That I had took the order. Found out the hard way.


Besides the weather, is there anything good in California?


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what are we supposed to do with letter, will the state send us a bill, or is this like the honor system
 
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Welll, in Louisiana they send a copy to the state too. So, ignore it, and they will surely let you know! I'm betting Pa. has figured that out too. Here we have to pony up when we file our state income taxes.

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You have to love the "COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA". They are going to get your money one way or the other. It would be nice if they took it out when you place the order. I still have no idea how they are able to collect taxes when you order from a company in Ohio?


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This may help straight from summit website
https://help.summitracing.com/...ers/detail/a_id/5104
 
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I'm still exempt. For now anyway.
 
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