Wyoming Will Source Sales of Services to Location of Customer's First Use

Tuesday, February 11th, 2014

 
 
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Effective July 1, 2014, Wyoming will source sales of services to the location where the customer makes first use of the service after the service has been performed.

Wyoming will source sales of services to where the customer makes first use of the service. This means that the applicable tax rate for sales of taxable services will be the rate in effect in the county where the customer makes use of the service. Currently, Wyoming sources sales of services to the location the service is performed.

For example: A customer in County A ships a vacuum to a repair shop in County B. The repair shop makes the repairs in County B and ships the vacuum back to the customer in County A. The customer first uses the repaired vacuum in County A. Starting in July, the County A tax rate would apply to these repair charges because County A is where the customer makes first use of the service. Until July, these charges would be taxed at the County B rate because the repair service occurred in County B.

http://www.ttrus.com/sites/default/files/wy/sourcingofservicespolicy.pdf


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