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41. Posted: Fri 10th Jun 2011 16:17 BST
The worst part is the tax in NS is actually back up to 15% instead of 13% now. I wouldn't mind it so much if it were just on games and luxuries, but I think it's ridiculous some of the things that get taxed while other things are tax-free: like toothpaste and soap is taxed but bags of chocolate chips, large containers of ice cream, or donuts by the half-dozen aren't — not sure how that's supposed to promote health and wellness.
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42. Posted: Fri 10th Jun 2011 23:26 BST
NS is fugged, remind me next time I'm in the province, buy stuff before-hand, unless I'm buying chips and ice cream, which knowing me, is alllll good.Edit: Wait, does NS follow the HST, or is it still PST/GST? HST is supposed to be a nationwide set amount.
Edited on Fri 10th June, 2011 @ 23:27 by BedCommando
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43. Posted: Sat 11th Jun 2011 01:32 BST
I hate all forms of sales tax... but that's life.
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44. Posted: Sat 11th Jun 2011 03:26 BST
NS has HST, but HST can vary from province to province. I think the point of it is the federal government collects all the money and distributes the provincial portion to the provinces. The provinces can still decide their own provincial rates, so it was pretty annoying when the GST dropped 2% and then NS decided to raise the provincial tax 2% to take back the reduction the federal government gave us.
45. Posted: Sat 11th Jun 2011 03:29 BST
(semi-off-topic)Now i know i'm old, as i find somewhat interesting the differences and similarities between US taxation and Canadian taxation.
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46. Posted: Thu 16th Jun 2011 20:45 BST
Even DSiWare games are taxed?
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47. Posted: Thu 16th Jun 2011 20:58 BST
I've bought points card for my DS while I was in Alberta (Edmonton, to be exact), and BC (Forget what city) and did not get charged tax. Also here in Oshawa, Ontario, I have not been taxed on buying points cards, or using a credit card for any online service (Like my World of Warcraft, for example).Some places do charge tax, but they're generally stores that are independently owned like a convenience store. So if I have none at work, I go to Blockbuster as it's close to my house.
hey another oshawa fellow here, same here dude
48. Posted: Thu 16th Jun 2011 21:06 BST
Ahhh, I love being Canadian. Buy from the store? Not taxed, use points? Not taxed either. Credit card? Smooth sailing, bro.
Same here bro. Do you live in Ontario by any chance? Perhaps the provinces that don't get taxed with online transactions don't have any special laws in place for online transactions?
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49. Posted: Thu 16th Jun 2011 21:09 BST
BedCommando wrote:Ahhh, I love being Canadian. Buy from the store? Not taxed, use points? Not taxed either. Credit card? Smooth sailing, bro.Same here bro. Do you live in Ontario by any chance? Perhaps the provinces that don't get taxed with online transactions don't have any special laws in place for online transactions?
none that i can think of because when i tried to select ontario when regarding the location it wasnt there instead it was northeast territory or something lol i forgot they only have seperate provinces listed for the west side of canada so i was really confused on the difference and almost didnt know what to legally pick
Edited on Thu 16th June, 2011 @ 21:10 by DarkLloyd
50. Posted: Thu 16th Jun 2011 21:18 BST
I gets no tax, yayz! xD
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51. Posted: Thu 16th Jun 2011 21:23 BST
Would I be able to change my location to Oregon even though I don't live there, for tax-free downloads?
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52. Posted: Thu 16th Jun 2011 21:25 BST
Man, I'm happy here in the UK we have no sales tax, and i hope we don't get it soon!!!
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53. Posted: Thu 16th Jun 2011 21:27 BST
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54. Posted: Thu 16th Jun 2011 21:27 BST
55. Posted: Thu 16th Jun 2011 21:28 BST
turtlelink wrote:Even DSiWare games are taxed?
56. Posted: Thu 16th Jun 2011 21:31 BST
To be fair, as I think has been stated, you were paying the tax before. The difference is that you were paying it on the point total you bought--$50 dollars in points cost $50 + tax. Now it costs 50, and the games institute tax. I prefer the old method, since this new one is gonna leave me with uneven leftover amounts even worse than Wii Points did, but it's not like you're paying more now or something. You're just paying in a different order.
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57. Posted: Fri 17th Jun 2011 07:00 BST
Change your zip code to an Alaska zip code because we don't have sales tax.
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58. Posted: Fri 17th Jun 2011 07:05 BST
Tax on prepaid cards? I thought they didn't tax those? Maybe I'm out of the loop...
59. Posted: Fri 17th Jun 2011 07:12 BST
that totally explains why UK eshop games are cheaper than NZ
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60. Posted: Fri 17th Jun 2011 12:16 BST
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