E-commerce Taxation In Kentucky

Kentucky is striving hard to simplify its tax laws, eliminate hindrances for sellers, create standardized definitions and streamline its sales tax. Kentucky service providers would be at a significant disadvantage if the tax on services used in Kentucky were collected solely upon their sales and not on the sales of out-of-state service providers. Furthermore, on average, service providers are smaller than goods providers, resulting in a higher cost per vendor for collecting the tax on services.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

How has the moratorium applied by the Internet Tax Freedom Act (ITFA) affected the taxation of internet access in Kentucky?
What are the initiatives taken by the Kentucky’s SST project?
How do Kentucky’s sales and use taxes operate?


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