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Sales tax memos - 1988 (TSB-M)

A TSB-M is an informational statement of changes to the law, regulations, or Department policies.  It is accurate on the date issued.  Subsequent changes in the law or regulations, judicial decisions, Tax Appeals Tribunal decisions, or changes in Department policies could affect the validity of the information presented in a TSB-M.

Sales tax memos - 1988 (TSB-M)
NumberTitle
TSB-M-88(15)S Nassau County Extends Its 3/4% Additional Local Sales and Use Tax
TSB-M-88(14)S Oneida County Extends Its Local Sales and Use Tax Until 1990
TSB-M-88(13)S Schenectady County Imposes1/2% Local Sales and Use Tax
TSB-M-88(12)S New York/Connecticut Sales Tax Agreement
TSB-M-88(11)S New York City Tax On Selected Services Extended
TSB-M-88(10)S Definition of Commercial Vessel Engaged in Interstate or Foreign Commerce
TSB-M-88(9)S City of Newburgh Imposes a 3% Sales and Use Tax on Utilities and Utility Services
TSB-M-88(8)S City of Johnstown Imposes Sales and Use Tax (Reporting Code Changes - Fulton County and Johnstown School District)
TSB-M-88(7)S City of Gloversville Imposes Sales and Use Tax (Reporting Code Changes - Fulton County and Gloversville School District)
TSB-M-88(6)S City of Glen Cove Repeals Sales and Use Tax (Changes in Reporting Codes for Nassau County and Taxing Jurisdictions within Nassau County)
TSB-M-88(5)S Herkimer County Imposes Sales and Use Tax
TSB-M-88(4)S City of Newburgh Repeals Sales and Use Tax
TSB-M-88(2)C, (1)E, (2)I, (2)M, (1)R, (3)S Interest Rates on Late Payments, Assessments and Refunds of Tax
TSB-M-88(2)S Erie County Rate Changes
TSB-M-88(1)S 1987 Amendments to the Sales Tax Law

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