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Reporting use tax to the CDTFA

December 06, 2017

The CDTFA issued a reminder to taxpayers that use tax can be reported on the second line of the sales and use tax return, which reads “Purchases Subject to Use Tax.” A valid receipt showing that use tax was paid to a retailer engaged in business in California or registered with the CDTFA to collect use tax will relieve the taxpayer of liability for the tax. If tax is not paid to the retailer, then both the taxpayer and the retailer are liable and the CDTFA can collect tax from either party. (CDTFA Bulletin No. 388 (December 1, 2017))


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