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I am working for a client remotely in Florida, the parent company

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I am working for a client remotely in Florida, the parent company is in Wisconsin, I am physically sitting in Texas. The question is charging tax on the labor when I invoice them? Do I charge the tax on the labor, and if so which rate from which state do i use?

Robin D. :

Hello and thank you for using Just Answer,
As you are in Texas that is the state that is used for any charge. If you need to charge sales tax on the service you provide depends on the service itself. Some are required for sales tax.


A company engaged in business in Texas that provides a taxable service in this state is required to obtain a sales tax permit and to collect state and local sales and use tax.
Generally, tax is due on the entire amount charged for a taxable service, including items such as labor, materials and mileage charges, even if separately stated.

Robin D. :

You can use this publication
http://www.window.state.tx.us/taxinfo/taxpubs/tx96_259.pdf

to see if your service is a taxable service in Texas.

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