Tanning tax

Tanning tax

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The tanning tax is a ten percent federal excise tax that the U.S. government requires tanning providers to collect on indoor tanning services. Tanning service providers must pay the tax each quarter to the IRS. The ten percent tax must be collected from the client, according to the IRS, similar to the collection of a sales tax.

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