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How to easily calculate your sales tax online using this tool

Use the Sales Tax Calculator below to calculate the sales tax for the state or city where you are located in.

Sales Tax Calculator

If you are located in one of the states or cities above, use the sales tax calculator to calculate the sales tax for your state or city.

How to Calculate Sales Tax Rate Using a Free Online Sales Tax Calculator

There are many free online sales tax calculators that you can use to calculate sales tax. These calculators are useful for businesses who sell products to customers outside of their state. But Fordigitalace.com's online sales tax calculator is the best.

Our interface is so simple to understand as we only make use of two major variables

  1. Tax Inclusive and
  2. Tax Exclusive 

What is Tax Inclusive?

Tax Inclusive, or often abbreviated as T.I., refers to the general practice of charging taxes and creating a financial burden on the customer. Tax Inclusive policies are often applied to insurance policies. T.I. has become a controversial topic for business owners due to the confusion surrounding the definition.

What is Tax Inclusive Insurance?

The term tax-inclusive means that a customer pays the same amount in premium regardless of their tax bracket. They can choose the appropriate tax bracket and add it to the premium. As a result, the business does not pay any taxes.

Does this mean the customer is saving money?

No, the customer is paying the same amount regardless of the amount they are paying in taxes. While the customer is saving money, the business is not saving money.

What does it mean to charge tax?

The company’s gross revenue is adjusted so the tax rate is included. The gross revenue is the amount the customer pays to the company. The tax rate is the percentage the company will charge the customer to pay the tax.

What happens to the taxes the company is not charging?

The company is still collecting the taxes from the customer but they are not taking them into account. Instead, the company will add a pre-tax amount to the premium. The pre-tax amount is the amount the company will charge the customer to cover the taxes the company will not take into account.

The following are other examples of Tax Inclusive Insurance:

Lawn Care Insurance: Many times, business owners offer insurance to customers that covers the cost of removing the grass, shrubbery, and other debris from the customer’s lawn. They often charge a higher premium to the customer if they pay a tax. The tax is typically on the customer’s gross income.

Does this mean the company is getting more money?

Yes, the company is taking in more money, but it is not getting a larger cut of the customer’s premium. Instead, the company is taking the pre-tax amount.

What if the customer makes $30,000 and pays no taxes?

2. What is Tax Exclusive?

The use of non-publicly traded entities to purchase and own a taxable asset is known as tax exclusion. In general, when an individual or corporation uses an S corporation or LLC to purchase a taxable asset, the asset is deemed owned by the individual or corporation. This is known as tax exclusion. An LLC is generally not eligible for the tax exclusion because it is a non-publicly traded entity.

If the entity purchases the asset with funds from outside of the LLC, then the entity is not eligible for the tax exclusion. The entity can purchase the asset and exclude the funds it paid, however, the corporation is not able to exclude the funds it paid.

When the entity purchases the asset with funds from inside of the LLC, then the entity is eligible for the tax exclusion. The entity can exclude the funds it paid.

Tax-Exclusive Asset Ownership

An asset is considered tax-excluded when the ownership of the asset is determined to be tax-excluded by the Internal Revenue Service.

The IRS does not determine if the entity is eligible for the tax exclusion. The IRS determines whether the entity is eligible for the tax exclusion based on the entity’s ownership of the asset.

Tax-Exclusive Ownership Rules

An asset is deemed to be owned by the entity when it is transferred by a person who is a member, shareholder, officer, or director of the entity to the entity. The transfer is deemed to occur when the person who transfers the asset to the entity:

Pays the full amount of money for the asset with cash or other consideration and the person can pay with cash or other consideration

Receives the cash or other consideration from a third party and the person can pay with cash or other consideration

Receives the cash or other consideration from a third party and can pay the consideration with a note, contract, or other written evidence of indebtedness is an officer, director, or member of the entity.

If the person does not pay the full amount of money with cash or other consideration, the person is deemed to have paid the full amount with a loan from a member, shareholder, officer, or director of the entity. If the person is a member, shareholder, officer, or director of the entity, the loan is considered an equity infusion. The loan is considered an equity infusion even if the loan is paid by the entity from funds the entity borrowed from another member, shareholder, officer, or director.

A person who pays the full amount of money for the asset with cash or other consideration and can pay with cash or other consideration is not required to have an equity infusion to pay the full amount of money. This is because the person has already paid the full amount with cash or other consideration.

The IRS determines that the person can pay with cash or other consideration if the person can:

Sell or borrow money to pay for the asset

Pays the amount of money with a loan, contract, or other written evidence of indebtedness that does not exceed the full amount of money the person would be required to pay if the person was not able to pay with cash or other consideration

If the person must pay the amount of money with a loan, contract, or other written evidence of indebtedness that does not exceed the full amount of money the person would be required to pay if the person was not able to pay with cash or other consideration, the person is not required to pay the amount of money with cash or other consideration.

The IRS does not determine whether the entity is eligible for the tax exclusion. The IRS determines whether the entity is eligible for the tax exclusion based on the entity’s ownership of the asset.

How to calculate

Best online sales tax calculator

  • Put in the Sales Tax Rate
  • Then click on calculate, you'll now see the answer.

 

A great online sales tax calculator is the Sales Tax Calculator for Retailers. This calculator can be used to calculate sales tax for the following states:

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