What transactions are subject to the sales tax in Maryland?
What transactions are generally subject to sales tax in Maryland? In the state of Maryland, sales tax is legally required to be collected from all tangible, physical products being sold to a consumer. Several examples of exceptions to this tax are foods considered to be snack foods, most prescription medications, in addition to most medical devices, and all types of farm equipment.
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