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NJ Sales and Use Tax applies to receipts from retail sale, rental, or use of tangible personal property or digital property; retail sale of producing, fabricating, processing, installing, maintaining, repairing, and servicing tangible personal property or digital property; maintaining, servicing, or repairing real property; certain direct-mail services; tattooing, tanning, and massage services; investigation and security services; information services; limousine services; sales of restaurant meals and prepared food; rental of hotel and motel rooms; certain admission charges; certain membership fees; parking charges; storage services; sales of magazines and periodicals; delivery charges; and telecommunications services, except as otherwise provided in the Sales and Use Tax Act.So - if just provide personal services not listed above - you are NOT subject to sales tax.
But if you are selling specific products - we need to verify what exactly you are selling and whether that sale takes place in NJ.
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Please be aware if you provide services in NYC or LA - there will be different state laws and regulations - based on the physical place where services are provided or where the ownership is transferred.
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