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Depends upon your state, city, etc., and such related laws.

In Texas the pest guys have to charge tax on their WDI reports. No product applied ... just a "report".

Home inspectors also provide a "report" and are not required to charge a tax. At least for now that is the case.

I'm sure the State Comptroller will figure out some new rule that will require HI's to charge tax in Texas. :)

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In Indiana, they are not sales taxable. We are providing a service and not selling an item. The report is the final product of our service, but it is still not a product. If we were, say, in the minibarn business and sold completed mini-barns built on your lot, they would be subject to sales tax.

Check with your local revenue department to know for sure.

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