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Chapter 22. Income Taxes > Doing Business Out of State

Doing Business Out of State

State governments expect you to pay taxes and report your business activity if you do business in the state, even if you are headquartered in another state.

If you have employees in another state, if you own property in another state, if you ship goods across state lines, if you make sales in another state—these activities can trigger a variety of sales, payroll, franchise, and income taxes. Each state has unique laws that govern what constitutes a taxable presence in the state. Make sure you are aware of the tax laws for each state in which you do any business.


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