S.C. Code Regs. 117-308.10 - Bookbinders and Paper Cutters
Persons engaged in the business of binding books, magazines or other printed matter belonging to another, render nontaxable services. Sales of equipment, materials and suppliers to bookbinders for use in performing such services are taxable.
If a bookbinder binds his own printed matter and sells the finished products to users or consumers, or makes and sells at retail loose-leaf binders or other articles, he must remit the tax on the entire receipts from such sales.
A person engaging in the business of paper-cutting, folding, gathering, padding or punching circulars, office forms or other printed matter belonging to others, renders nontaxable services. Sales of tangible personal property to such persons for use or consumption in the performance of these services are taxable.
Materials used by bookbinders in repairing textbooks are subject to the tax.
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