Does Nevada charge sales tax on services?

by Sarah Craig December 28, 2023


The majority of U.S. states require merchants to charge sales tax on tangible personal property (TPP), otherwise known as physical goods. Many states also implement sales and use tax on digital goods and SaaS. Because the economy has shifted over time from a manufacturing economy to a service economy, states are now looking to generate revenue by taxing services.

Here’s what merchants need to know about taxing services in the state of Nevada, which has a state sales tax rate of 6.85%. 

Does Nevada charge sales tax on services?

Services in Nevada are generally not taxable. However, services necessary to complete the sale of personal property are taxable, like delivery or installation charges. Per the Nevada Department of Taxation, “Services not in conjunction with a sale of tangible personal property are not subject to sales tax”.

Please keep in mind that this is a guideline, and you should consult with a sales tax professional to determine if the services your business provides should be subject to state sales tax. For an in-depth look at Nevada sales tax, TaxJar’s guide to sales tax in Nevada and the Nevada Department of Taxation has more details.

How to stay compliant with sales tax when you sell services

Managing all the moving parts of sales tax can be challenging. Are accounting services taxed? What about hair care or car maintenance? They may not be taxed in your state today, but sales tax laws change all the time. TaxJar makes it easier for you to stay current with it all, especially as you scale your business across states.

If you need to charge sales tax on services, TaxJar takes all of these state laws into account and makes your job simple. To learn more about TaxJar and get started automating your sales tax compliance, start a free, 30-day trial today.


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