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Virginia Use Tax

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Virginia Use Tax

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You are required to pay consumer’s use tax on purchases, leases, and rentals of tangible personal property acquired in or outside Virginia for storage, use or consumption in Virginia if retail sales and use tax was not collected on the transaction. Examples include untaxed purchases made (1) over the Internet,

(2) through out-of-state mail order catalogs, or (3) while traveling out-of-state.

If the amount of purchases from out-of-state mail order catalogs totaled $100 or less for the entire year, you do not have to pay consumer’s use tax on these purchases. If the purchases were from out-of-state mail order catalogs and exceed $100, or the purchases were of any amount from sources other than mail order catalogs, then you must pay consumer’s use tax on the total amount of untaxed purchases made during the calendar year from all sources. The tax is based on the "cost price" of the goods and does not include separately stated shipping or delivery charges but it does include any "shipping and handling" charges if listed as a combined item on the sales invoice.

Nonprescription drugs and proprietary medicines purchased for the cure, mitigation, treatment, or prevention of disease in human beings are exempt from the consumer’s use tax.

 

 


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Views: 1184 Created on: Jun 15, 2013
Date updated: Aug 19, 2015
Posted in: STATES, Virginia

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