Do photographers need to charge sales tax for services in Wisconsin?
Yes. You can call the WI department of revenue for questions, and they also have their current reculations here: http://www.legis.state.wi.us/rsb/code/tax/tax011.pdf
Photography is code 11.47, so you have to scroll down to find it.
There is not a definitive answer, if found the following... According to a document from MyFlorida.com http://dor.myflorida.com/dor/pdf/fot0710.pdf "Photographers: Some photographers sell tangible personal property with the services they provide. Often this makes the entire charge taxable. They also buy goods from other states and import them for use in Florida."
Yes. Photographers must collect 7% sales tax on products (photos, etc) and services (shoot fees, charges for editing, etc) when sold in NJ. The services that a photographer provides are considered to be producing tangible personal property (i.e. photographs) which is taxable in NJ. Please note: If you are sending the finished product electronically to your customer, and no tangible print will be issued, sales tax is not due. Also, photographers may be able to…
In general a company buying items for resale or use in the manufacture of another product or service does not pay sales tax. If your question was do you pay sales tax on a moving companies services it depends on the state. Some states tax some services and not others, some states don't charge sales tax on any services. In some cases there are federal sales taxes called "Excise taxes" or fees charged on services.
Usually sales taxes are charged on goods and not on services. If you are selling items such as plants and providing services such as planting, design work, grass cutting, etc then you need to be careful how you invoice such items. If you invoice for landscaping services which including planting grass and shrubs, trees, etc. and you invoice the entire amount as one charge then the total charge is subject to sales tax. Your invoice…
Florida sales tax applies to catering services, including the labor. However, if you hired someone just to provide services, with no food, then there would be no sales tax. I'm a Florida Attorney/CPA that does almost nothing by Florida sales and use tax controversy. I hope this answer helps. James Sutton, CPA, Esq. www FloridaSalesTax com
It's all over the place. Every company that hires photographers pays different. The photographers at places like the photo studio at Walmart are on commission, because that's more a sales job than a photography job. Also, many photographers have their own businesses, and make however much they can make.