West Virginia – SST Taxability Matrix Revised

SALT Report 2944 – The West Virginia State Tax Department has revised the State’s Streamlined Sales and Use Tax taxability matrix due to several changes that were made after the last taxability matrix was revised in July 2013.

The August 30 revisions are as follows:

  • A question in the digital products section that asks whether West Virginia imposes tax on products transferred electronically other than digital audio visual works, digital audio works, or digital books is now marked “No.”
  • In the section on food and food products, candy, and dietary supplements are now marked as exempt as food and food ingredients, and
  • The section on drugs for animal use reflects that drugs sold to veterinary hospitals and other animal medical facilities for animal use are exempt.

For Further Information

West Virginia State Tax Department – Taxability Matrix, August 30, 2013