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Periods of taxable occupancy prior to July 15, 2006, are taxable at 6%.Admission Charges - The tax on taxable admission charges on or after July 15, 2006, is 7%, even if the charges for the tickets were paid prior to July 15, 2006.However, if the tickets were actually delivered prior to July 15, 2006, and the tax of 6% was paid, there is no additional tax due.
Sales of alcoholic beverages by the drink in Atlantic City are taxable at the combined rate of 10% (3% Atlantic City Luxury Tax and 7% Sales and Use Tax).
CAPE MAY COUNTY TOURISM BUSINESSES On and after July 15, 2006, businesses in Wildwood, North Wildwood and Wildwood Crest which are subject to the Tourism Sales Tax will collect the 2% Tourism Tax and 7% Sales Tax, for a combined rate of tax of 9% on tourism-related sales (this is in addition to the 1.85% Tourism Assessment and the 3.15% State Occupancy Fee on hotel occupancies) NEW URBAN ENTERPRISE ZONE (UEZ) PROCEDURES The UEZ law provides an exemption for certain sales made to a qualified business.
The purchase exemption remains effective; however, procedural amendments to the law now require the sales tax to be collected on sales made to qualified businesses on and after July 15, 2006, unless the business is a �small qualified business�(annual gross receipts less than million in the prior annual tax period.) In order to administer this procedure immediately, the Division has created a new temporary exemption certificate (Form UZ-5-SB).
ATLANTIC CITY BUSINESSES This legislation also changed the combined rate for sales subject to both the New Jersey Sales and Use Tax and the Atlantic City Luxury Tax from 12% to 13%.
The following rules apply to all sales made in Atlantic City on and after July 15, 2006.
The rate change affects all retail sales of taxable merchandise or services that take place on and after July 15, 2006.