Digital Product Sales Tax Enacted

by Kevin McGarry 4. August 2016 09:11

Residents of Pennsylvania are now subject to a six percent sales tax on digital products as defined under Act 84 of 2016. Digital products, as it pertains to this tax, include “any product transferred electronically to a customer by download, streaming, or through other electronic means”. Examples of this include e-books, digital video streamed through Netflix or Hulu, songs downloaded or streamed through iTunes or Google Play, and downloaded apps or add-ons. The tax is collected by the vendors of the product and the location of the sale is determined by the customer’s billing address.

For more information on the Digital Product Sales Tax and other PA tax updates, please visit the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue’s website.

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