A. If you are in the business of making sales, you must also report the sale of the goods on Form OS-114, Line 1, Column 1, but then must deduct it on the back of the return on Line A, Other Adjustments - Sales of Goods, Column 1. The consignor must include on Line A the statement "Sales made and tax collected by (name of consignee and the consignee's Connecticut Tax Registration Number)." If the consignment shop is selling items of tangible personal property subject to the 7% rate, such as jewelry, report gross receipts from the sale of goods on Form OS-114, Line 1, Column 2 instead of Column 1.
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