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Subject: Re: Poll: Tax on internet purchases Date: 2/25/2014 5:45 PM
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You don't need to know. Add up the purchases and sales tax paid, then report the amounts. Whether or not an individual purchase was correct isn't an issue.

You really would need to add up the taxable purchases, and the sales tax paid.
If it wasn't a taxable purchase, then I don't believe you have to pay use tax. (of course that probably varies by state - but I would *hope* that holds true)
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