It's tax time over at The Sci Fi Catholic, and there will be no posts until those taxes are finished.
Except this one.
Who's writing Utah's tax laws, anyway? I don't remember this from last year, which is a good indication I did my taxes wrong last year, but apparently, Utah wants me to pay taxes on everything I bought out of state but consumed or "used" in Utah.
So, if I carry the food I recently bought in Nevada back over the state line before eating it, is it okay if I don't pay that tax? While I'm at it, can I get a refund on the sales tax I paid on food I bought in Utah but ate in Nevada?
And if the Utah legislature can find records of all the books I purchased on-line in 2008 and didn't pay Utah sales tax on, I'll gladly pay those taxes. But I certainly can't find those records, so forget it.