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KPMG reports: Rhode Island, Utah, Virginia

KPMG reports: Rhode Island, Utah, Virginia

KPMG’s This Week in State Tax—produced weekly by KPMG’s State and Local Tax practice—focuses on recent state and local tax developments.


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  • Rhode Island: The budget bill—that expands the definition of “retail sale” (subject to sales and use tax) to include vendor-hosted pre-written computer software—was signed into law.
  • Utah: A taxpayer established that it was a “sales factor-weighted taxpayer”—a classification that allows the taxpayer to use a single sales factor formula to apportion its business income. An administrative law judge found the taxpayer was a multi-level marketer, rather than a manufacturer.
  • Virginia: The Department of Taxation issued a policy document finding that fees or charges associated with a grocery store chain’s proposed personal shopping services would be subject to sales tax.


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