On August 8, 2016, Florida reaffirmed its position on the taxation of electronically delivered software and Software as a Service (SaaS) in Florida Technical Assistance Advisement 16A-014, 8/8/2016. The issuance of the ruling means that Florida remains in the group of states still requiring software to be delivered in a tangible form for sales tax to be imposed.
The ruling addressed the sales of a provider offering subscription-based access to customized software hosted on remote servers as well as other cloud computing services such as hosting, back-up, and storage. The provider’s customers did not receive any tangible personal property as …read more
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