August 14, 2020

Robert Willeford Warns Dentists of Consumer Use Tax in the Dental Arch

Many dentists are aware that dental services are generally exempt from sales tax. But when dentists sell tangible personal property to customers, this can be taxable on the sale to the patient or insurance company. Anders Director + State and Local Tax Robert V. Willeford, Jr., CPA, Esq. discusses the consumer use tax and how it impacts dental practices in the Dental Arch.

In the article, Robert and Anders tax senior Claire E. Rogers, CPA go into detail about what items are taxable and how Missouri and Illinois handle sales and use tax for qualifying items.

Read Consumer Use Tax – The “Tax” That Can Bite Dentists Unaware or learn more about how we help with State and Local Tax.

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