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KPMG reports: Arizona; North Carolina; South Carolina; West Virginia

KPMG reports for February 22, 2016

KPMG’s This Week in State Tax—produced weekly by KPMG’s State and Local Tax practice—focuses on recent state and local tax developments.


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  • Arizona: The Department of Revenue recently affirmed the findings of an administrative law judge that charges for access to an online database were subject to the state’s rental transaction privilege tax.
  • North Carolina: Guidance issued by the Department of Revenue provides that effective March 1, 2016, certain repair, maintenance, and installation services are subject to North Carolina sales and use tax.
  • South Carolina: The state’s high court held that amounts of principal from short-term investments were not to be included in the taxpayer’s sales factor under the apportionment formula. 
  • West Virginia: An administrative law judge found that an out-of-state service provider had nexus in the state because of the presence of in-state independent contractors, and thus was required to collect and remit sales and service taxes.


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