New this year for me. I'm getting new tax notices in the mail from online
purchases (where my local PA sales tax was not collected). They list my totals from purchases on their site. One was from an ebay seller.
I do a lot of online shopping, so I'm wondering how many more I'm going to be getting. Also, what is reported to PA Revenue Dept.
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Well, specifically, one of the forms I got was for items that are NON TAXABLE. So, while I did buy these items online, and I didn't pay taxes for them, I wasn't suppose to pay taxes on them. I'd hate for them to be submitting this to PA, and PA to be expecting me to now pay taxes on them.
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