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Subject:  Strategies Date:  12/10/2012  10:45 PM
Author:  JunebugII Number:  10025 of 10959

I am using Quicken Revision 2010. When we were having our tax preparer complete our 2011 Federal Income Tax last spring, the question came up, how much did we purchase "on-line", i.e., not in a SC store. As of 2011 SC put a new law on the books that SC tax filees have to report "on-line" purchases and then add what would be the "Sales Tax" due from those purchases as a liability to be added and paid if it isn't reduced by deductions.

Is there any way I could flag such purchases, most of which are made with a credit card, and be able to obtain a printout with at least the dollar amount, and if possible, the name of the payor? A totaled amount would also be nice but I can live w/o that by using Excel to obtain the total.

That for any and all help.
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