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RIA Guide to Sales and Use Taxes 2016

The library now has the 2016 edition of Thomson Reuter's RIA's Guide to Sales and Use Taxes (KF6767.R53 2016), which provides a detailed overview of sales and use taxes for all fifty states and the District of Columbia. Each state summary begins with an overview, then discusses imposition, collection, and liability for tax. Other topics include taxable transactions, exemptions, exemption certificates and permits, basis of tax, tax credits, tax rates, vendor licensing and registration, record keeping, returns and payments, tax collection, review and appeal, penalties and interest, and refunds. This handbook contains a table of contents and a list of state tax offices. The library now has the following tax handbooks for 2016:
Note: Law students, faculty, and staff can also access the  RIA handbooks on Thomson Reuters Checkpoint (available from the law library's website using the drop-down menu under "legal databases) and Westlaw.

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