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Qualifying for Manufacturing Equipment Exemptions is Tricky

Qualifying for a manufacturing equipment tax exemption is tricky because each state interprets the manufacturing process differently.  How you present your case can make the difference in significant tax savings.  A recent Texas Supreme Court case illustrates the complexity of the qualification process.  Read Lauren's explanation of the Texas case in her recent article for SalesTaxSupport.com.

Qualifying for Manufacturing Equipment Exemptions is Tricky

Qualifying for a manufacturing equipment tax exemption is tricky because each state interprets the manufacturing process...

Lauren Stinson, CMI
By Lauren Stinson, CMI
on September 27, 2016
2017 Changes to Georgia's Direct Pay Permits

Most Georgia Direct Pay Permits will expire in fewer than 80  work days!  If a company did not obtain the permit online via...

Lauren Stinson, CMI
By Lauren Stinson, CMI
on September 19, 2016
Do Georgia Not-for-Profit Organizations Pay Sales Tax on Purchases?

Many people assume that non-profit organizations are exempt from paying sales tax on purchases.  Not so in Georgia.  If a...

Lauren Stinson, CMI
By Lauren Stinson, CMI
on July 19, 2016
Windward Tax Spotlight on...SalesTaxSupport.com

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Lauren Stinson, president of Windward Tax, is the Manufacturing contributor for...

Lauren Stinson, CMI
By Lauren Stinson, CMI
on January 22, 2015
Are Storage Tanks Exempt from Sales Tax? Read My Newest Blog...

Historically, storage tanks have not been tax exempt for manufacturers, but it's worth taking a second look. How and when the...

Lauren Stinson, CMI
By Lauren Stinson, CMI
on October 21, 2014

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