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(b) Sales of reproduction masters as part of a sale of rights. The sale of the right to reproduce a program is generally subject to Massachusetts sales tax, regardless of whether the transaction is characterized as a sale, lease, license or rental, unless an exemption applies.(c) ExamplesExample 1: Acme Software Development Co. sells prewritten software to Bates Manufacturing, Inc. As part of the contract, Acme transfers a master of the software to Bates. The sale includes the rights for Bates to make 100 copies of the software for use by its employees. The total contract price is $10,000. The sales price subject to tax is $10,000.Example 2: Acme Software Development Co. sells prewritten software to Copyrighted Software Corp., along with unlimited rights to copy and incorporate the software into a spreadsheet software package that Copyrighted will sell to its customers. The total contract price is $10,000. The sale between Acme and Copyrighted is exempt under G.L. c. 64H, 6(r), because the software will become an ingredient or component part of tangible personal property to be sold by Copyrighted.Example 3: Acme Software Development Co. sells a master copy of prewritten software to Diligent Distributors Corp., along with unlimited rights to copy, market and sell the software to the public. The total contract price is $15,000. The sale between Acme and Diligent may be a sale for resale, providing the requirements of M.G.L. c. 64H, 8 or M.G.L. c. 64I, 8 are met.Example 4: Acme Software Development Co. sells a master copy of a word processing software package to Massachusetts Computer Company. Massachusetts Computer Company will copy and load the software package on to the hard drive of computers sold both inside and outside of Massachusetts. The contract provides that Acme is paid $5,000 at the signing of the contract and $250 for each copy of the software that is made by Massachusetts Computer Company. The sale between Acme and Massachusetts Computer Company is exempt under M.G.L. c. 64H, 6(r), because the software will become an ingredient or component part of tangible personal property to be sold. Sales or use of the computer equipment in Massachusetts is taxable. Example 5: Acme Software Development Co. sells prewritten software to On-Line Games, Inc., a Massachusetts company. The sales price is $5,000. On-Line Games will incorporate the software into a product that will be marketed and sold on the Internet as a game. The game may be downloaded by the purchaser from the On-Line Games website for a cost of $5. The sale between Acme and On-Line Games is exempt under M.G.L. c. 64H, 6(r) because the software will become and ingredient or component part of tangible personal property to be sold. Sales of the game to purchasers in Massachusetts are taxable sales of prewritten software.Example 6: Acme Software Development Co. sells prewritten software to On-Line Products, Inc., a Massachusetts company. The sales price is $12,000. On-Line Products will incorporate the software into a digital product that is not software and is sold on the Internet. The digital product may be downloaded by the purchaser from the On-Line Products website for a cost of $5. The software becomes a part of a digital product that is not taxable when downloaded to customers in Massachusetts; the exemption in M.G.L. c. 64H, 6(r) does not apply. Acme must collect sales tax on the $12,000 sales price paid by On-Line for the prewritten software.


1. Upon receipt of an exemption certificate claiming multiple points of use, the seller is relieved of all obligation to collect, pay, or remit the applicable tax and the purchaser shall be obligated to collect, pay, or remit the applicable tax on a direct pay basis. Except as provided in 830 CMR 64H.1.3(15)(a) 7, a certificate claiming multiple points of use must be received by the seller no later than the time the transaction is reported for sales or use tax purposes.2. A purchaser delivering an exemption certificate claiming multiple points of use may use any reasonable, but consistent and uniform, method of apportionment that is supported by the purchaser's books and records as they exist at the time the transaction is reported for sales or use tax purposes.3. A reasonable, but consistent and uniform, method of apportionment includes, but is not limited to, methods based on number of computer terminals or licensed users in each jurisdiction where the software will be used. A reasonable, but consistent and uniform method of apportionment may not be based on the location of the servers where the software is installed.4. A purchaser delivering an exemption certificate claiming multiple points of use shall report and pay the appropriate tax to each jurisdiction where concurrent use occurs. The tax due will be calculated as if the apportioned amount of the prewritten computer software had been delivered to each jurisdiction to which the sale is apportioned pursuant to 830 CMR 64H.1.3(15)(a)2.5. A Multiple Points of Use Certificate may not be used for software received in person by a business purchaser at a retail store.6. A Multiple Points of Use Certificate may not be used for software that is loaded on computer hardware prior to sale. In that situation, the sales tax sourcing rules for computer hardware determine the taxability of the transaction, regardless of whether the price for the prewritten software is separately stated.7. The exemption certificate claiming multiple points of use will remain in effect for all future sales eligible for apportionment under 830 CMR 64H.1.3(15) by the seller to the purchaser, except as to the subsequent sale's specific apportionment that is governed by 830 CMR 64H.1.3(15)(a)2, until it is revoked in writing.8. The purchase of software loaded onto a server located in a single state that will be available for access by a purchaser's employees in multiple jurisdictions is concurrently available for use in more than one jurisdiction within the meaning of 830 CMR 64H.1.3(15) if the purchaser knows at the time of its purchase that the software will be concurrently available for use in multiple jurisdictions.9. Delivery of a copy of the software is not necessary for the software to be "concurrently available for use in more than one jurisdiction" within the meaning of 830 CMR 64H.1.3(15).10. The purchase of a license that allows the licensee/customer to make copies of software that will be used in more than one jurisdiction by the customer is concurrently available for use in more than one jurisdiction within the meaning 830 CMR 64H.1.3(15) if the purchaser knows at the time of its purchase that the software will be concurrently available for use in multiple jurisdictions.11. Examples:Example 1: Prewritten software is installed on a server located in another state but concurrently available for use by purchaser's employees in Massachusetts as well as other states. The purchaser gives the seller a properly completed MPU form. Part of the sales price of the software will be apportioned to Massachusetts for sales/use tax purposes.Example 2: Prewritten software is installed on a server located in Massachusetts but concurrently available for use by purchaser's employees in other states as well as Massachusetts. The purchaser gives the seller a properly completed MPU form. Part of the sales price will be apportioned to those other states for sales/use tax purposes.Example 3: A business in Massachusetts purchases an enterprise license that allows the purchaser to make copies of software (either from a master disk or downloaded copy) and those copies will be concurrently available for use at the purchaser's business locations in various jurisdictions. The purchaser gives the seller a properly completed MPU form. For sales/use tax purposes, part of the sales price will be apportioned to the other states where the purchaser is using copies of the software.Example 4: A sale of software eligible for MPU treatment includes a separately stated charge for a maintenance contract including upgrades and telephone support. The charges for upgrades and services provided under the maintenance contract are not separately stated. Both the sales price of the software and the taxable sales price of the service contract, determined under 830 CMR 64H.1.3(7)(c)1 are subject to MPU apportionment.Example 5: Prewritten software concurrently available for use by the purchaser's employees in other states as well as Massachusetts is delivered in a tangible medium to the purchaser's offices in New Hampshire. New Hampshire does not impose a sales tax and the purchaser does not


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