cloud computing tax

Software sales tax remains partly cloudy

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The so-called cloud computing tax went into effect July 1, but it’s unclear who has to pay and how much might be collected.

Shumlin administration proposes to make cloud computing tax exemption permanent

House Ways and Means chair Janet Ancel says it’s not prudent for the state to extend a permanent exemption to cloud-based software companies at a time when tax revenues are tight.

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