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A Story About How My Restaurant Successfully Reopened After 9/11

Prior to starting DAVO Automated Sales Tax, I owned a successful restaurant called the Blue Sky Cafe in northern New Jersey for many years. I want to tell you about my experience when we closed down for a short period after 9/11.

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Should I Stop Remitting Sales Tax During the COVID-19 Crisis?

The uncertain business environment brought on by COVID-19 has businesses struggling to hold onto as much cash as possible. Many business owners are asking whether they should stop remitting sales tax and instead use it as working capital.

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3 Simple Steps to Documenting Tax Exempt Sales and Avoiding Liability

Many businesses who otherwise do a good job documenting their sales fall prey to a common sales tax trap - tax-exempt sales. In order to protect themselves, owners can follow simple guidelines ensuring these sales don’t fall through the cracks.

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Protecting Your Business and Your Wallet in a Sales Tax Audit

Few words instill fear in a small business owner as a sales tax audit. Following a few best practices can help mitigate the risks and hassles of an audit.

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Puerto Rico Sales Tax 101

The Puerto Rico Sales and Use Tax (SUT, Spanish: Impuesto a las Ventas y Uso, IVU) is the combined sales and use tax applied to most sales in Puerto Rico

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Nebraska Sales Tax 101

In Nebraska sales of tangible personal property and certain services are taxable.

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Delaware Sales Tax 101

Delaware does not impose a state or local sales tax, but does impose a gross receipts tax on the seller of goods (tangible or otherwise) or provider of services in the state.

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Alaska Sales Tax 101

There is no state sales tax in Alaska. However, municipalities have the authority to set their own rates.

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Missouri Sales Tax 101

In Missouri all sales of tangible personal property are taxable unless there is a specific statutory exemption and sales of certain specified services.

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Kansas Sales Tax 101

Kansas imposes sales tax on the retail sale, rental or lease of tangible personal property, labor services related to tangible personal property, and admissions to entertainment, amusement, or recreation places in Kansas.

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