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Sales tax memos - 2006 (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 - 2006 (TSB-M)
NumberTitle
TSB-M-06(16)S Supplemental Summary of 2006 Legislation Affecting Sales and Use Taxes Which Takes Effect in 2007
TSB-M-06(15)S Supplemental Summary of Recently Enacted Legislation Affecting Sales and Use Taxes Effective in 2006
TSB-M-06(14)S, (7)C, (9)I, (6)M, (4)R Department to Issue NYT-Gs (New York Tax Guidances)
TSB-M-06(5)M, (13)S Tax Law Amendments Related to Sales of Dyed Diesel Motor Fuel
TSB-M-06(12)S Summary of the 2006 Budget Legislation Relating to Sales Taxes
TSB-M-06(11)S Change to Local Chautauqua County Sales and Compensating Use Tax Exemption for Clothing, Footwear, and Items Used to Make or Repair Exempt Clothing Effective September 1, 2006
TSB-M-06(10)S Sales Tax Exemptions and Reductions for Certain Alternative Fuels Beginning September 1, 2006
TSB-M-06(9)S Local Sales Tax on Qualified Motor Fuel and Diesel Motor Fuel - Localities Electing to Change to Cents-Per-Gallon Calculation Method Effective July 1, 2006, and Other Rate Information
TSB-M-06(8)S New Guidelines on the Sales of Motor Fuel and Diesel Motor Fuel Subject to the Cents-Per-Gallon Sales Tax
TSB-M-06(7.1)S Questions and Answers Related to TSB-M-06(7)S, Reduction in State Sales Tax on Motor Fuel, with Local Option. This TSB-M is obsolete and should not be used. See TSB-M-06(8)S.
TSB-M-06(7)S Reduction in State Sales Tax on Motor Fuel, with Local Option. This TSB-M is obsolete and should not be used. See TSB-M-06(8)S.
TSB-M-06(6.2)S Sales and Use Tax Exemption of Clothing, Footwear, and Items Used to Make or Repair Exempt Clothing (Effective June 1, 2006) (Change in local elections for counties and cities)
TSB-M-06(6.1)S Sales and Use Tax Exemption of Clothing, Footwear, and Items Used to Make or Repair Exempt Clothing (Effective April 1, 2006) (Exemption within counties and cities)
TSB-M-06(6)S Year-Round Sales and Use Tax Exemption of Clothing, Footwear, and Items Used to Make or Repair Exempt Clothing (Effective April 1, 2006)
TSB-M-06(5)S Sales and Compensating Use Tax Treatment of Products Used in the Restorations of Teeth
TSB-M-06(4.1)S Correction to TSB-M-06(4)S, Credit Unions Designated as Exempt Organizations for Sales and Use Tax Purposes
TSB-M-06(4)S Credit Unions Designated as Exempt Organizations for Sales and Use Tax Purposes
TSB-M-06(3)S Sales and Use Tax Exemption for Utilities and Utility Services Produced by Cogeneration Facilities Operated by Cooperative Corporations
TSB-M-06(2)S Local Chautauqua County Sales and Compensating Use Tax Exemption of Clothing, Footwear, and Items Used to Make or Repair Exempt Clothing, Effective March 1, 2006
TSB-M-06(1.1)S Temporary Sales and Use Tax Exemption of Clothing and Footwear Monday, January 30, 2006, through Sunday, February 5, 2006 (Exemption within counties and cities)
TSB-M-06(1)S Temporary Sales and Use Tax Exemption of Clothing, Footwear, and Items Used to Make or Repair Exempt Clothing (Seven-day exemption period – January 30, 2006, through February 5, 2006)

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