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What is the True Object Test for Technology Companies

Technology companies face many hurdles in this new eCommerce economy, including how to classify what you are selling. Is it tangible personal property (“TPP”) or is it a service? This simple question may seem easy to answer until you dive into the nuances that determine how your product is classified. This is known in the sales and use tax world as the True Object Test. In other words; how will the various states classify your particular product; as a service or as TPP?

What is the True Object Test for Technology Companies

Technology companies face many hurdles in this new eCommerce economy, including how to classify what you are selling. Is it...

Terrisha Pulte, CMI
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