|reply to Kearnstd |
said by Kearnstd:I don't know how it is in other states, but sales taxes in California can vary by what city you are in, and certainly vary by the county you are in, so it would be utterly impractical to include sales tax in print ads. For example, in the San Francisco Bay area, there are at least six counties (depending on how far out you go), all with different sales tax rates. The Los Angeles area is similar. The major newspapers in these areas serve the entire area.
though i think wireless ads should say true cost with the fees/taxes. atleast print ads which can be regionalised to account for state taxes.
·Cutting Edge Com..
yup, sales tax is a seperate line. Can't get around that one
Washington tries to make sure CA has nothing on them. 326 tax zones or some crazy number in the 300's
And is there REALLY sales tax on federal tax or utility tax? Is that how you figure out which taxes are real or not perhaps? Not that a telcom has actually been able to tell me which items they are charging sales tax on.
Try asking them which items are taxed and then calculate how much they charged tax on...fun stuff to play stump the CSR with.
|reply to cghh |
A simple solution is to print the range with the added line "depending on local taxes".
$20.92-21.32/month depending on local taxes.