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Submission + - Massachusetts enacts 6.25% sales tax on "prewritten" software consulting (codingoutloud.com) 1

marshallr writes: Technical Information Release TIR 13-10 becomes effective in Massachusetts on July 31st, 2013. It requires software consultants to collect a 6.25% sales tax from their clients if they perform "computer system design services and the modification, integration, enhancement, installation or configuration of standardized software." TIR 13-10 was published to mass.gov on July 25th, 2013 to provide the public a few working days to review the release and make comments. Can someone clue me in on what's meant by "prewritten" or "standardized" software?
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Massachusetts enacts 6.25% sales tax on "prewritten" software consulting

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