Washington State May Restrict Sales Tax Exemption for Out-of-Staters

A bill that passed the Washington House and is now in the Senate would require Oregon customers -- as well as those from Alaska, Montana and other states that shun the sales tax -- to pay full tax on all their purchases. Under the proposal, they could eventually get a refund by sending a form to the state.
June 11, 2013

A bill that passed the Washington House and is now in the Senate would require Oregon customers -- as well as those from Alaska, Montana and other states that shun the sales tax -- to pay full tax on all their purchases. Under the proposal, they could eventually get a refund by sending a form to the state.

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