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Is there a new jersey sales tax instillation of a new

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is there a new jersey sales tax for the instillation of a new paver patio other then on the stone etc ? is the labor taxable
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Tax
Expert:  Barbara replied 2 years ago.
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Capital improvements are exempt from sales tax in New Jersey. A capital improvement is considered to be an installation of tangible
personal property which increases the capital value or useful life of the real property (land or buildings). The item(s) installed must
be permanently attached to the real property.
Installation of a new paver patio would be considered a capital improvement and no sales tax is due.
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