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  1. Thanks for the explanation, Jake. All makes...

    Thanks for the explanation, Jake.
    All makes perfect sense.

    In Canada there is a business size threshold of $C 30,000 annual sales - if you fall below that you don't have to collect any sales...
  2. How does that actually work in practice? To...

    How does that actually work in practice?
    To start with, someone posted that there is no country-wide US government sales tax like the GST we have in Canada, and second
    The sales tax is based on the...
  3. That is certainly true in out family. The only...

    That is certainly true in out family.
    The only difference is that the more affluent ones buy better quality products where that is available, in clothing for example, but even then they go for the...
  4. For the REALLY small guys, there is a $30,000.-...

    For the REALLY small guys, there is a $30,000.- sales threshold in Canada.
    If one runs a small business and the sales per year do not exceed $30K, then one does not have to get a sales tax...
  5. I was wondering about that as well. I think in...

    I was wondering about that as well.
    I think in Canada one pays the sales tax of the destination province - at least it used to be like that.
    So the source location and the payee's location get...
  6. Back on the subject of collecting sales tax by...

    Back on the subject of collecting sales tax by on-line retailers.....does anyone know how that works in the US in detail?

    In Canada, the retailer needs a government issues sales tax number to...
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