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South Carolina imposes various taxes and reporting requirements on purchasers transacting business in the state. A sales tax is imposed on the sale at retail of tangible personal property and certain services in the state. South Carolina imposes a sales tax of six (6) percent (plus an additional one (1) percent "local option" tax in certain counties) on the retail sale of tangible personal property between a purchaser and seller within the state. A seller or retailer is required to collect the sales tax from a purchaser and remit the tax to the South Carolina Department of Revenue ...

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