Why States Are Struggling to Tax Services

The services industry grew from half of the U.S. GDP in 1966 to more than two-thirds in 2016.

As states struggle to align their tax codes with the modern service economy, expanding sales taxes to include activities like personal care, home repair, funeral services, computer maintenance and similar enterprises would seem to be a logical move. But states are finding it’s not so easy.

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