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What labor charges are taxable? Charges for production and assembly labor are taxable. Charges for repair and installation labor are taxable when the property being repaired, replaced, or installed is taxable. See Sales and Use Tax Regulation 1-082, Labor Charges.
Contractor is any person who repairs property annexed to real estate, who annexes building materials and fixtures to real estate, or who arranges for such annexation. A contractor who elects Option 2 is the consumer of building materials and fixtures purchased and annexed to real estate.
Contractors making over-the-counter sales must collect and remit Nebraska and applicable local sales tax on the total sales price, including all amounts charged to build or assemble the item sold.
To register as a contractor, you will need to log into your profile at dol.nebraska.gov/conreg. If you have not created a profile on the website, you will be required to do so before registering your business.
Many sellers believe there is a general exemption from sales tax for labor charges. However, in California many types of labor charges are subject to tax. Tax applies to charges for producing, fabricating, or processing tangible personal property for your customers.
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Services in Nebraska are generally not taxable. However if the service you provide includes creating or manufacturing a product, you may have to deal with the sales tax on products. Tangible products (also referred to as tangible personal property) are taxable in Nebraska, with a few exemptions.
Services in Nebraska are generally not taxable. However if the service you provide includes creating or manufacturing a product, you may have to deal with the sales tax on products. Tangible products (also referred to as tangible personal property) are taxable in Nebraska, with a few exemptions.
Contractor is any person who repairs property annexed to real estate, who annexes building materials and fixtures to real estate, or who arranges for such annexation. A contractor who elects Option 2 is the consumer of building materials and fixtures purchased and annexed to real estate.
Option 3 contractors are consumers of all manufacturing machinery and equipment purchased and annexed by them. Option 3 contractors must pay tax on purchases of machinery and equipment even if the machinery and equipment will be used by a manufacturer.
Contractors making over-the-counter sales must collect and remit Nebraska and applicable local sales tax on the total sales price, including all amounts charged to build or assemble the item sold.

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