If you celebrated Thanksgiving in the traditional way–with copious amounts of food–you likely find yourself in one of two camps: those who ate so much they’ve pledged to eat nothing but salad from now on, and those who are gleefully transforming leftovers into gravy-smothered sandwiches.
If only deciding how to apply sales tax to food were so easy. If your business sells food or food-related products you’ve got a complex and contested set of state and local rules to follow. To help ease the pain, we’ve gathered a list of recent state decisions regarding how to tax food. [As for that bellyache, you're on your own].