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New Medical Equipment Tax Refund Opportunities in Missouri

logo-v2This month, James R. Dumler, a senior sales tax specialist at McClellan Davis and featured contributor at Sales Tax Support provides a multistate sales and use tax update related to the medical industry. Sales Tax Support publishes articles written by experts and thought leaders in the specialized field of sales and use tax with small and medium sized business owners in mind.

Visit salestaxsupport.com to read James’ informative article “New Medical Equipment Tax Refund Opportunities in Missouri

Leases of Mobile Medical Imaging Equipment – May Provide Tax Refund Options

logo-v2This month, James R. Dumler, a senior sales tax specialist at McClellan Davis and featured contributor at Sales Tax Support, discusses sales tax refund opportunities related to the leasing of mobile medical imaging equipment in his latest article. Sales Tax Support publishes articles written by experts and thought leaders in the specialized field of sales and use tax with small and medium sized business owners in mind.

Visit salestaxsupport.com to read James’informative article “Leases of Mobile Medical Imaging Equipment – May Provide Tax Refund Options”

CA BOE to start processing Nortel and Lucent related refund claims!

Next week the California State Board of Equalization (BOE) will be considering changes to Regulation 1502 (Computers. Programs. and Data Processing), and Regulation 1507 (Technology Transfer Agreements), or TTAs.  The proposed changes relate to the TTA status of certain transfers of canned software on tangible media (tapes and discs) that also include the transfer of copyright and patent interests, which allow the transferee to reproduce or copy the software.

Litigation-IconThe pending changes are based on the California Supreme Court’s recent denial of BOE’s petition for review of the Court of Appeal’s opinion in […]

Tax Update for California’s Wine Industry

As a result of a very recent change to a legal interpretation that dates back to 1961, viable yeast used in the production of wine is no longer considered to be subject to sales or use tax in California. The Board of Equalization has historically considered wine yeast to be taxable because it doesn’t all remain in the final product. Therefore, yeast was considered to be consumed by the wine producer in the production process. That interpretation, however, was inconsistent with rulings that considered beer yeast to be exempt, and it overlooked the fact that the presence of wine yeast during the fermentation process is instrumental […]