Author Topic: Uber, Lyft would charge sales tax under House-passed version of state budget  (Read 57 times)

YELLO

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Uber charges sales tax in Canada and New York City, but argues in Ohio that it provides an app, not taxable transportation services. The House-passed version of the next two-year state budget seeks to change that.

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I Have NEVER Seen a Slip Shod Fuking Use Of WORDS By a Company EVER....!!!!....

Uber's appeal argues that it does not provide transportation services, as the tax agency had ruled. Rather, it provides an app that drivers and passengers use to arrange rides.