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Indiana Use Tax Due on Out-of-State Purchases

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Indiana Use Tax Due on Out-of-State Purchases

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Use Tax on Internet, Mail Order and/or Out- Of-State Purchases

If you have purchased items while you were outside Indiana, through the mail (for instance, by catalog or offer through the mail), through radio or television advertising and/or over the Internet, these purchases may be subject to Indiana sales and use tax, if sales tax was not paid at the time of purchase. This tax, called “use” tax, is figured at 7 percent (.07).

When you make purchases from a company in Indiana, that company is responsible for collecting the Indiana sales tax from you. When you make purchases from an out-of-state company, you are responsible for making sure the use tax is paid. Either the out-of-state company collects the tax from you, or you must pay the tax directly to the State of Indiana.


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Views: 1004 Created on: Jun 15, 2013
Date updated: Dec 20, 2018
Posted in: States, Indiana

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