An administrative law judge has stricken New York’s policy of charging sales tax on power equipment used in conjunction with telephone switching and cell sites.
The decision, if it survives appeal, would mean that telecommunications companies that purchase equipment will no longer have to pay sales tax on the electrical and ancillary items that support the telecom network.
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