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$140 w/ Branding (+ tax) ???

Discussion in 'XenForo Pre-Sales Questions' started by Andrew, Oct 12, 2010.

  1. Andrew

    Andrew Well-Known Member


    Well I plan on purchasing a licensed copy of xenForo today and I need to know if there will be any state tax (I'm from Texas). I have to drive to Beaumont, which is a 40 minute round trip, and go to Wal Mart and get a prepaid debt card made for PayPal. Before I commit to leaving the house and driving to the next town I need to know how much I am going to be spending.

    I don't use debit cards or own a checking account. I only own savings and I pay for bills via money order and I pay for everything else with cash. Ya I'm pretty funny with my money :)

    I've also been hearing a lot about a lawsuit. If XF looses that lawsuit and you are no longer to develop software anymore, will we get refunds?

  2. Chimpie

    Chimpie Well-Known Member

    I doubt anyone can comment on the refunds, but I can confirm that there's no tax. $140 will get you a shiny copy of xenForo. :)
  3. Ashley

    Ashley Business Guy Staff Member

    Exactly that :) What he said.
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  4. Reeve of Shinra

    Reeve of Shinra Well-Known Member

    I need to know if there will be any state tax (I'm from Texas)

    Xenforo will not charge you tax but when you do your state taxes, Texas may require you to list the total amount of your online purchases for proper taxation. I know NY does this... not that many people actually do it.
  5. D37

    D37 Active Member

    I truly hope XF doesn't loose the lawsuit. If that happens I'm going to be so pissed at vBulletin.
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  6. Hannah_M

    Hannah_M Active Member

    They won't. When everything you read is against vBulletin, it kinda reflects how the judge will see it, assuming this last minute thrown together lawsuit actually makes it into the courts.
    D37 likes this.
  7. Blandt

    Blandt Well-Known Member

    We do not pay income taxes in Texas / and the state has no business in my purchases online or off line :D (they probably do with my sales though not my purchases :D)
    bought from out of state no taxes ;)
  8. D37

    D37 Active Member

    that makes me feel a bit better :)
  9. Anthony Parsons

    Anthony Parsons Well-Known Member

    And the best part is that most countries have laws about software in beta, being you can't sue for anything against the software development itself whilst in beta... hence why you see Google products in Beta for years, because it gives a lot of time for any company to lodge any formal issues and such with the product without repercussion to Google themselves.
    Blandt and D37 like this.
  10. Brogan

    Brogan XenForo Moderator Staff Member

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