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Old 06-29-2022, 03:01 PM   #57
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No. If they have 1m in total sales, they pay tax on all of it. Be clear it is a tax on the sales price, not profit. Even if they lose 10 million, they will pay tax on all sales.
This is completely inaccurate. Have you actually read how the Oregon CAT is imposed?
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Old 06-29-2022, 03:27 PM   #58
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Calling it a sales tax doesnít make it a sales tax.

Understanding how the tax is imposed can help clear up misunderstandings.
Why wouldnít it be a sales tax? Because Oregon calls it an activity tax? Itís a tax on the price of the vehicle. It is paid by the dealer just as any state that imposes a sales tax.
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Why wouldnít it be a sales tax? Because Oregon calls it an activity tax? Itís a tax on the price of the vehicle. It is paid by the dealer just as any state that imposes a sales tax.
Iíll ask again, have you read and understood how the Oregon CAT is imposed?
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Its explained a bit hear.
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My understanding is that it is a "Gross Receipts" tax.. very similar to the Gross Receipts tax that the Fed imposes on Wait personnel of Restaurants..
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My understanding is that it is a "Gross Receipts" tax.. very similar to the Gross Receipts tax that the Fed imposes on Wait personnel of Restaurants..
Thatís another misunderstanding. Thereís a 35% deduction and a $1M exemption. Itís estimated that the CAT will have no impact on about 95% of Oregon businesses.
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Iíll ask again, have you read and understood how the Oregon CAT is imposed?
I was a business owner in Oregon.
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I was a business owner in Oregon.
I was as well, with gross receipts over $1 million.
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I was a business owner in Oregon.
Can you answer the question?
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I was as well, with gross receipts over $1 million.
Did you shutter your business prior to the implementation of the CAT?
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This is completely inaccurate. Have you actually read how the Oregon CAT is imposed?
Actually wire has it correct. It's a tax on sales regardless of whether your business makes a profit or not. If you own a business in Oregon its not difficult to understand.
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ďActivity taxĒ. So are businesses that have passive income exempt from this tax? If itís applied on all gross receipts, then it sure sounds like a sales tax. You can call it whatever, but it sounds like the effect is exactly the same.
Perhaps we should call our product ďorganic vegan lifestyle soil replenishersĒ instead of beef. Putting a fancy name on grass eating poop machines doesnít change what they do.
And yes, regardless of what tax is applied to a business, one way or another itís in the price the customer pays.
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Actually wire has it correct. It's a tax on sales regardless of whether your business makes a profit or not. If you own a business in Oregon its not difficult to understand.
A sufficient number of statements have been made on this tread which indicate that it is difficult to understand the Oregon CAT.

For those operating a business in Oregon, utilizing the services of a Professional Tax Consultant might be an option to explore.
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There is no sales tax in Oregon. Being from Idaho, letís assume you are aware of that. The tax was hidden in plain sight on the document. You asked about it and they answered your question.

Did you ask if they were willing to work with you on the CAT?

Is there more to your story?
The sales tax that was on the document was $18k, I asked about the rate the used, they thought I was living in California and added the sales tax to also include the $1400 CAT. The CAT was NOT on a separate line. I have nothing to hid and there is nothing more for you.
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