Telephone and Telegraphic Co.
Kansas Retailers' Sales Tax
Telephone and Telegraphic Services
TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANIES
KANSAS DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE
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EXPLAINING SALES TAX LAW CHANGES
May 22, 1992
The 1992 Kansas Legislature enacted House Bill 2892, commonly referred to as the "School Finance Bill." This Bill makes significant changes to the Kansas sales compensating tax law.
One of the changes taxes the sale of telephone and telegraph services that originate and/or terminate within the state of Kansas and are billed to a customer's telephone number in this state. These sales, previously exempt from sales tax, are now subject to a sales tax at a rate of 4.9% plus any applicable local tax(es). This legislation is effective June 1, 1992.
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