Rhode Island – Security Services Taxable As Of July 1, 2018

The Rhode Island Division of Taxation reminds tax professionals, tax software providers, businesses, and others about tax changes that will take effect on Sunday, July 1, 2018. INVESTIGATION, GUARD, ARMORED CAR SERVICES: Rhode Island’s 7 percent sales and use tax must be Continue reading Rhode Island – Security Services Taxable As Of July 1, 2018

New York – Taxability of Security Services

SALT Report 2779 – The New York Division of Taxation and Finance issued an advisory opinion regarding whether a Taxpayer is required to pay sales and use tax for contracted security services when it hires a company to monitor a Continue reading New York – Taxability of Security Services

Virginia – Taxability of Integrated Security Systems

SALT Report 2714 -The Virginia Department of Taxation issued a letter ruling regarding a Taxpayer’s sales of integrated security systems.  The Taxpayer, in this case, only sells these systems to commercial customers, such as utilities, hospitals, federal contractors, federal government Continue reading Virginia – Taxability of Integrated Security Systems

Missouri – Taxability of Safes and Currency Delivery Services

2/21/2013 SALT Report 2173 – The Missouri Department of Revenue issued a letter ruling regarding the taxability of safe deliveries and currency transportation services. The Taxpayer is an out-of -state business that offers a variety of security se… Continue reading Missouri – Taxability of Safes and Currency Delivery Services

New Jersey – Taxability of Handheld Radios Used by Security Guards

2/15/2013 SALT Report 2156 – The New Jersey Division of Taxation issued guidance regarding a security company’s purchase of handheld radios that are used by its employees on the premises of their clients. In this case, the security company leases … Continue reading New Jersey – Taxability of Handheld Radios Used by Security Guards

Florida – Taxability of Security Services Provided by Off-Duty Officers

SALT Report 1693 – The Florida Department of Revenue issued guidance regarding the taxability of security services. Generally, sales and use tax is imposed on all charges for burglar protection, detective and protection services. However, Florida … Continue reading Florida – Taxability of Security Services Provided by Off-Duty Officers