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The gross receipts for architect, engineering, and surveying services are subject to state sales tax plus applicable municipal sales tax. Architect, engineering, or surveying services provided for projects located entirely outside of South Dakota are not subject to South Dakota sales tax.
No, excise taxes are not deductible as sales tax; however, some state excise tax is deductible as personal property tax on Schedule A, itemized deductions, in place of car registration fees.
With few exceptions, the sale of products and services in South Dakota are subject to sales tax or use tax. Services such as auto repair, maintenance, body repair, oil changes, and customizing are subject to state and municipal sales tax. Sales tax applies to the full charge, including parts, labor, and delivery.
The federal government charges excise taxes on the sale or use of a wide variety of products. An excise tax isn't deductible if it's for a personal expense. You can deduct as a business expense excise taxes that are ordinary and necessary expenses of carrying on your trade or business.
Are services subject to sales tax in South Dakota? "Goods" refers to the sale of tangible personal property, which are generally taxable. "Services" refers to the sale of labor or a non-tangible benefit. In South Dakota, services are taxable unless specifically exempted.
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No, excise taxes are not deductible as sales tax; however, some state excise tax is deductible as personal property tax on Schedule A, itemized deductions, in place of car registration fees.
In the state of South Dakota, sales tax is legally required to be collected from all tangible, physical products being sold to a consumer. Several examples of of items that exempt from South Dakota sales tax are prescription medications, farm machinery, advertising services, replacement parts, and livestock.
Registration Fees Motor vehicles registered in the State of South Dakota are subject to the 4% motor vehicle excise tax.
The excise tax imposed on the gross receipts for construction projects is at a rate of 2%. The application of the tax depends on the type of construction project....Contractor's Excise Tax Facts. Tax FactDate UpdatedTax FactDate UpdatedCounty Governments (PDF)08/1818 more rows
Traditional Goods or Services South Dakota is unique in the fact that almost all services are taxable. The only major service that is exempt from being taxed is construction.

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