What is the Tennessee consumer use tax?

Tennessee, like other states that impose a sales tax, also taxes the use of property brought into the state untaxed when purchased. This "use tax" was enacted in 1947, the same year as the sales tax, to allow taxation of merchandise coming from out-of-state sources that do not collect the state's sales tax.

 

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