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Excise


Public Law 117-169, 136 Stat. 1818 (Aug. 16, 2022), commonly known as the Inflation Reduction Act, created a new 1% excise tax on the repurchase of corporate stock by certain publicly traded corporations or their specified affiliates. Find details, including when stock repurchases may prompt the excise tax, in Notice 2023-02.




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Effective July 1, 2022, excise taxes are reinstated on certain chemicals and imported chemical substances. The applicable tax rates and related provisions are also changed since the expiration of these taxes in 1995. (The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA)).


The Supreme Court ruled in 2018 that the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act was unconstitutional. As a result, each state may decide whether to allow sports wagering. Sports wagering, like wagering in general, is subject to federal excise taxes, regardless of whether the activity is allowed by the state.


The Environmental Protection Agency's list of devices that reduce highway tractor idling is now available. These devices may be exempt from the 12% retail excise tax provided they meet the criteria set forth in section 4053(9) of the Internal Revenue Code.


If you are a corporation, limited partnership, limited liability company, or business trust chartered, qualified, or registered in Tennessee or doing business in this state, then you must register for and pay franchise and excise taxes. The franchise tax is based on the greater of net worth or the book value of real or tangible personal property owned or used in Tennessee. The excise tax is based on net earnings or income for the tax year.


More than 190 000 economic operators currently use the system, it is a key facilitation instrument for EU economic operators trading excise goods and a crucial tool for information exchange and cooperation between Member States.


Under EMCS, a movement of excise goods is documented at every stage through an electronic Administrative Document (e-AD), for duty suspension goods, or through an electronic Simplified Administrative Document (e-SAD) in the case of duty paid movements.


SEED is a register of economic operators, part of which traders can consult online, to see whether a given excise number is valid and what categories of goods the operator in question is authorised to trade.


The provided texts of excise legislation are consolidated versions containing the latest amendments, but please bear in mind these documents are meant purely as a documentation tool and the institutions do not assume any liability for its contents.


Our Excise Tax Section addresses questions related to sales and use tax, local meals and beverage tax and hotel tax, as well as other miscellaneous excise taxes such as litter fee, motor fuel tax, International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA) tax, cigarette and tobacco taxes, real estate conveyance tax, and others. Please visit the tax specific web pages for more information on each type of tax.


The Oregon Bicycle Excise tax was established by the Legislature in 2017. The Bicycle Excise Tax is a flat tax of $15, to be collected at the point of sale. Revenue from the bicycle excise tax goes into the Connect Oregon Fund to provide grants for bicycle and pedestrian transportation projects.


Make sure you register with us before your first return and payment are due. You can't file or pay without being registered for a Bicycle Excise Tax account. Once you're registered and you have a Revenue Online account, you'll be able to view and manage your bicycle excise account electronically.


Licensees are required to file an electric fuel excise tax return every six months. The first return for July 1 through December 31, 2023 will be due January 31, 2024. Returns must be filed and tax must be remitted through GovConnectIowa.


Because contractor's excise tax is owed on your gross receipts, which include any taxes collected from the customer, a bid factor of 2.041% may be used to calculate the excise tax when preparing a bid or bill. This allows you to collect the full amount of excise tax due.


Subcontractors that do not have a certificate on file for a project are considered prime contractors and are subject to the contractor's excise tax. The department recommends obtaining a prime contractor's exemption certificate prior to starting work.


Contractor's excise tax is imposed on the gross receipts of all prime contractors engaged in construction services or realty improvement projects in South Dakota SDCL 10-46A. The gross receipts would include the tax collected from the consumer. For these projects it is important to understand the responsibilities of both the prime contractor and subcontractor.


This person must have a contractor's excise tax license whether they do the construction themselves or hire someone else. More information is available in the Speculative Builders and the $100,000 Rule Tax Fact (PDF).


Most floor covering sales and installations are subject to sales or use tax, not contractor's excise tax. All other types of flooring, such as ceramic tile, terrazzo work, and epoxy flooring are subject to contractor's excise tax. More information is available in the Flooring Tax Fact (PDF).


The Retailers section covers topics related to the general application of the cannabis excise tax and sales and use tax on purchases and sales made by cannabis retailers and includes examples of how the cannabis excise tax is calculated. It also has information on the requirements cannabis retailers have with CDTFA like registration and reporting requirements.


For retail sales of cannabis or cannabis products made beginning January 1, 2023, cannabis retailers must collect the 15 percent cannabis excise tax (rate subject to change July 1, 2025) from purchasers of cannabis or cannabis products based on gross receipts from the retail sale of cannabis or cannabis products.


In addition to a seller's permit, if you are a cannabis retailer, or microbusiness licensed to act as a cannabis retailer, you must also register with us for a cannabis retailer excise tax permit and regularly file cannabis retailer excise tax returns.


Register with us online for a seller's permit and/or a cannabis retailer excise tax permit, or add a business location to an existing permit or account. Online registration is available 24 hours a day.


To register with us for a cannabis retailer excise tax permit, login to your online account with your username and password. Click on the More link under the I Want To section. Then select the Register a New Business Activity link under the Manage Business Activity heading. Select Selling items or goods in California and answer yes to selling Cannabis or cannabis products to get started.


As a cannabis retailer, you are required to file your cannabis retailer excise tax return with us online to report the amount of cannabis excise tax due for your sales transactions that occur beginning January 1, 2023. If you have no taxable transactions to report, you are still required to file your cannabis retailer excise tax return and report your activities to us. The cannabis retailer excise tax return is due on the last day of the month following the reporting period.


If you have an estimated monthly tax liability over $20,000 for your cannabis retailer excise tax account or $10,000 for your sales and use tax accounts, you may be required to pay any amounts due by electronic funds transfer (EFT). Receiving approval to pay in cash will exclude you from the EFT requirement. If you do not pay those accounts electronically as required, you will be subject to a 10 percent penalty of the taxes. If you believe you were assessed a penalty in error, you can request relief of the mandatory EFT penalty online.


  • Distributors are also no longer responsible for obtaining a cannabis tax permit or reporting and paying the cannabis excise tax due to us for cannabis or cannabis products sold or transferred on or after January 1, 2023, to cannabis retailers.Cannabis tax permits issued to distributors are closed with an effective date of December 31, 2022.

  • Distributors must file their final cannabis tax return and pay the cannabis excise tax due on or before January 31, 2023 for December 2022 monthly filers and for the fourth quarter of 2022 (October 1, 2022, through December 31, 2022).



The mark-up rate is not intended to be used to determine each party's retail selling price; it is only used to calculate the amount of excise tax due in an arm's length transaction. Each party in the supply chain can use any mark-up they would like to establish their selling price.


Distributors were required to collect the cannabis excise tax from retailers whom they sold or transferred cannabis or cannabis products before January 1, 2023, based on the average market price of the cannabis sold in a retail sale. In an arm's length transaction, the average market price is calculated by using the retailer's wholesale cost of the cannabis or cannabis products plus our predetermined mark-up.


Below is an example of how the mark-up calculation works when the actual sales data shows that the average mark-up between wholesale and retail prices is 75 percent. A cannabis retailer purchases cannabis from a distributor for $50. In this example, the distributor will calculate the 15% cannabis excise tax due from the retailer as follows:


The cannabis excise tax should be reported and paid based on 15 percent of the cannabis retailer's gross receipts from the retail sale. Gross receipts include all charges related to the retailer's sales, such as labor, service, certain transportation charges, and any local business taxes listed on the receipt to the retailer's customer. For example, when the retailer delivers cannabis or cannabis products to its customers using its own vehicles and there is no explicit written agreement executed prior to the delivery that passes title to the purchaser before delivery, the charge for that delivery is included in the gross receipts subject to the cannabis excise tax. Additionally, if the retailer adds a separate amount to its customers' invoices or receipts to cover a cannabis business tax required by its city, that amount is included in the gross receipts subject to the cannabis excise tax. For more information on gross receipts, see Revenue and Taxation Code section 6012. 041b061a72


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