On this episode, I answer the question "Are digital files considered tangible items subject to sales tax?" We're building on what we learned in Episode 21 of the podcast, discussing tangible versus intangible goods, and covering how the rules vary state by state.
Today's question comes to us from the Braden's Besties Facebook group (come join us and ask your questions today!).
The short answer: Check your state requirements. Most states will allow you to file you online and require you to do so once per year, quarter, or month.
If you need more sales tax info, make sure to circle back episode 21.
I’d also love for you to join the Tax Challenge happening in next month to help you get all your docs ready for tax season.
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