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Question DetailsAsked on 5/28/2014

do you pay state sales tax on the total price of the installation of a patio cover that attaches to the house?

or tax only on materials and not on the labor to install? In California. - thanks -

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Here is an extract from the California State Board of Equalization Publication 61 relating to construction/property improvement sales/usage taxes - tax would be due on the billed value of the materials:


INSTALLATION LABOR—Labor or service to install or apply property sold is not subject to tax, but the charges for other services in connection with a sale are subject to tax.

REVENUE: N/A SECTIONS: 6011 and 6012

Source: http://www.boe.ca.gov/pdf/pub61.pdf

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