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MA Software Sales Tax Open Forum

Wednesday, August 7, 2013 at 6:00pm
DockYard
  • Darby Sue Kelly
  • chris pape
  • Daniel Crocker
  • Ben Tucker
  • Benjamin Lowengard
  • Brian Cardarella
  • Christian Donner
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An open forum to discuss the recent MA Software Sales Tax.

House Bill H.3535

Transportation Bill TIR 13-10

On July 25th MA passed TIR 13-10 which has a broad definition of which software companies a 6.25% sales tax applies to. The bill went into effect on July 31st which gave only 7 days (5 business days) for companies to become compliant with the new law.

There is a lot of confusion on who the law applies to, what circumstances this law is in effect, and how did this law come about with little input from the local software development community.

We will discuss the circumstances of how this bill passed, and how the local software industry can get involved with policy decision making in the future.

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Space is limited so we are asking for only those that are legally responsible for your company/organization.

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Wednesday, August 7, 2013
6:00pm

DockYard
101 Tremont St, Suite 200
Boston, MA, 02108, USA

89 people have decided to attend so far.

  • Adam Rubin
  • Ale Navasardyan
  • Andrew Faria
  • Angela OConnor
  • Benjamin Lowengard
  • Ben Tucker
  • Boaz Sender
  • Brian Cardarella
  • Brian McCafferty
  • Catherine Powell
  • Chad Pytel
  • Chris Ball
  • Chris Beaman
  • chris pape
  • Christian Donner
  • dan collis puro
  • Daniel Crocker
  • Dan Perrera
  • Darby Sue Kelly
  • Dave Ehlke
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