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Tue, Oct 29, 2019 5:12 PM

VA 100% Service Connected Disabled and Sales Tax exemption

I am a Veteran with VA 100% Service Connected Disabled and State Sales Tax exemption. I recently noticed various sales taxes listed on my monthly bill.  How do I get those taxes removed?

 

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a year ago

you would need to call them

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a year ago

Veteran with 100% Disabled.  How do I  get this discount?

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a year ago

What is the answer to my question?

sandblaster

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44.4K Messages

a year ago

@Kentsdalefarms ATT has no such discount. For the VA 100% Service Connected Disabled and State Sales Tax exemption mentioned by the OP, contact the VA.

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a year ago

Is this only for certain states?  What is OP?

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a year ago

@Rabboni    OP is short for original poster meaning the person that started the thread

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a year ago

Is this for certain states? What is OP?

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a year ago

 

Does this exist or not? I see a post that states that AT&T has not such a thing. There is another post that states only in certain states. I would like to know what is true. If there is no such program for AT&T then it does not exist in any state and it does not matter what state you are in. 

 
sandblaster

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a year ago

@SINGLETONRD2 Does what exist? ATT does have a military/veteran discount for wireless service. The subject of the thread is “VA 100% Service Connected Disabled and State Sales Tax exemption.” That is not an ATT discount. That is something from the VA. If that is what you are asking if it exists, contact the VA. 

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1 Message

a year ago

What state you live in North Carolina doesn’t have that. At least I’ll look into it

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2 Messages

8 months ago

Sounds like you aren’t getting any bargain. Four lines on your plan is $one hundred sixty plus taxes and prices, so certain by using free email like temp mail, the 25% cut rate might make it $100 twenty plus taxes. Does that $179 consist of any mobile phone bills?

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7 months ago

I am getting the run around with them now. It does say in the state bill (Oklahoma) that they can be fined $500. So therefor if I am not gven the exemption, I will be forwarding on the needing paperwork to the Oklahoma State Comission. This is a not a discount given from AT&T, it is a benefit from the State of Oklahoma.

https://www.ok.gov/tax/faqs.html#q2280

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martinxiii

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12 days ago

I'm also a 100% SC disabled veteran with tax exempt status in Oklahoma and I've been trying for three days to get tax-exemption on my account and no luck so far.  Anyone able to do it yet?

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