What is tax on wine in bc?

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When you buy a bottle of wine in a store or restaurant in BC, your receipt will usually indicate that you paid 10% provincial sales tax and 5% GST on your purchase.

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Tax on wine: VAT vs duty. VAT rises proportionately with the price of the bottle, but duty is charged on alcoholic strength in the UK. A still wine at more than 5.5% abv and up to 15% abv inclusive will have the same duty rate regardless of whether it costs £5 or £500. For sparkling wine, the rates are slightly different.

The provincial sales tax on alcohol is 10%; federal GST of 5% is omitted. For the sake of argument, a $2.00 flat tax per bottle of table wine (ranging from 8-14% alcohol by volume) is used. For a good sense of the effects of the LDB tax and markup structure on imported wine to BC, plug various retail or wholesale prices into Mark Hicken’s ...

Here is the more detailed analysis on BC's wine taxes. If you go into a BC liquor store and buy a $14 bottle of California wine, the breakdown of the retail price is as follows: wholesale cost to the LDB is about $4.80, LDB fees are 0.60, LDB markup is 6.29, federal taxes (GST, customs, excise) is 1.10 and provincial sales tax is 1.22.

Ministry of Finance, PO Box 9442 Stn Prov Govt, Victoria BC V8W 9V4 . Provincial Sales Tax (PST) Bulletin . Restaurants and Liquor Sellers . Provincial Sales Tax Act. Latest Revision: The revision bar ( ) identifies changes to the previous version of this bulletin dated August 2017.

A winery may claim an annualized limited wine tax exemption up to 10,000 litres of wine it distributes without charge in Ontario to promote its wine. Read on: Promotional distribution exemption for Ontario wineries. Tax Credit for Small Beer Manufacturers.

Sharp eye. True, British Columbia’s government liquor stores now add 10-per-cent PST and 5-per-cent GST at the checkout. The markup at the till is in lieu of factoring those taxes into the shelf ...

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