texas sales tax on core charges & returns???

April 6, 2011 at 14:53:52
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When charged core charges in TEXAS does sales tax apply? When you return the item they give a credit on core charges do you get the sales tax credt too???

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#1
April 6, 2011 at 15:34:34

Are you asking about auto parts?

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#2
April 6, 2011 at 17:12:23

Yes, core's are a taxable sale at the time you get it. When you return the core you get core charge and the sales tax back unless you are talking about a large company in Round Rock that still owes me $66 plus interest for 5 years.

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#3
April 6, 2011 at 17:17:22

Oh, it would also have to be intrastate sale. They could charge your local tax based normally one a substantial or basic presence in the state you live in. They could not charge Texas sales tax or any local tax to a qualified out of state sale. Unless you are a large company in Round Rock that you have to sue to get your tax back.

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#4
April 6, 2011 at 20:39:52

The core charge is a deposit and I don't think I've ever been taxed. Usually the core charge is a separate item on the receipt but if it was rung up as a miscellaneous item or by someone who didn't know better then taxes may (accidently) be added.

But then I'm not in Texas.

It's probably best if you called some place like Pepboys or the parts department at a dealership and ask if they charge taxes on a core charge and if so, if the taxes are refunded when you bring in the core. They are more likely to give accurate info than some high school dropout at a junkyard.

So I suppose you googled the word 'core' and were led here with a discussion of dual core cpus?

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#5
April 7, 2011 at 14:12:16

Contact the TX comptrollers office and they will tell you it is a taxable sale. It is not a deposit because you may never return with the core and the State wants it's sales tax.

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