Taxation Of Internet Sales And Purchases In West Virginia

Even though the Internet is not particularly included within the regulations of West Virginia, the sale of tangible personal property on the internet is subject to the state’s sales/use tax on electronic data processing. Businesses are obligated to collect a tax on any sale and remit it to the state. The tax is not levied on the business, but rather on the customer. A six percent sales/use tax is imposed in West Virginia.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

How is E-commerce taxed in West Virginia?
How often should businesses and individuals file Consumers Sales and Service and use tax returns?
Should businesses and individuals file tax returns even if no business has been conducted?


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