What you should know about tax in 5 key states

Certain states can be audit hot spots for software-as-a-service (SaaS) companies. Want to figure out sales tax in NY? Questions about tax in TX? Read on for a round up of sales tax rates, nexus details, and things you should know about 5 popular states that tax SaaS.

Did you know:

  • Connecticut has a special 1.00% tax rate for B2B computer and data processing services (which include SaaS)

  • New York requires an exact pre-payment prior to the sales tax filing

  • Pennsylvania allows you to prorate the tax charged based on how many people are using the software in the state

  • Only 80% of the software sale is taxable in Texas

  • Washington has one of the highest average combined tax rates in the country

This guide covers sales tax rate by state and some of the intricacies of tax on software in Connecticut, New York, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Washington.

What you should know about tax in 5 key states

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What you should know about tax in 5 key states

Importantly, SaaS is treated as data processing services in Texas, which permits 20% of the sales value to be exempt. Anrok automatically fetches the appropriate local tax rate and applies it to only 80% of the sales amount for SaaS transactions.

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