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Expand your knowledge of Canadian GST place of supply rules in part 1 of our two-part series on GST/HST.
Place of supply rules determine the applicable GST or HST tax rate on sales across Canadian provinces. These tax rate determinations can be ambiguous in some circumstances, and with different and constantly changing rates across the country, it can be easy to charge the wrong tax rate.
In the first of this two-part series, Canadian sales tax expert Diane Gaudon, FCPA, FCGA, reviews the GST place of supply rules and the key concepts to understanding and interpreting these rules, which are necessary before applying HST place of supply rules. She also identifies and defines different types of GST supplies, what is taxable and what triggers a supply.
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Learn how to apply Canadian HST place of supply rules in part 2 of our two-part webinar series on GST/HST.
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