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No Sales Tax for Installing Appliances

February 26th, 2018

Kansas does not impose a sales tax on the services of installing or applying tangible personal property, such as when Lowe’s sends independent contractors to install built-in appliances.

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Taxing Women

June 30th, 2016


States and cities across the country are finally coming to terms with the fact that feminine hygiene products are a necessity for women and are passing legislation to get rid of sales tax surrounding these items. The California Assembly Bill 1561, also known as the tampon tax repeal, is anticipating saving the female population of California around $20 million a year. So while it may not seem like major savings on your single purchase, think of the grand scheme and how state lawmakers are taking a step in the right direction. If you have any tax trouble, contact our office at 816-524-4949 or check out our website at

Missouri Use Tax

June 23rd, 2016

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Be careful what you buy on Amazon and other online stores! All tangible personal property that you store, use, or consume in the state of Missouri is subject to a use tax. It does not apply, however, to goods that have been purchased through a Missouri retailer and been subjected to the state sales tax. The taxable amount is the sales price plus any service charges that are considered to be part of the sale. The intent of the parties to the sale determines whether or not a service charge is considered part of the sale. If you have tax trouble, contact our office at 816-524-4949 or check out our website at

Sales Tax Can Getcha

June 17th, 2014

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When a company is responsible for collecting sales tax and paying it to Missouri, the corporate officers can also be held responsible. If the officer had direct control, supervision, or responsibility for making the payments, or filed the tax returns, then they can be held liable for the sales tax. For more information, see this case: Bisch v. Director of Revenue, No. 11-1813.

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