S.C. Code Regs. 117-318.4 - Withdrawals for Use-Renter
Where a person customarily rents tangible personal property and customarily withdraws the same for his own use, storage or consumption, a tax is due by such person on each withdrawal for use, the tax to be measured by the amount he would customarily receive as rental had the property been leased or rented for a like period of time. In the alternative the tax may be paid on the full purchase price of the property and no further liability incurred on withdrawals for use. Having once elected either method of reporting on withdrawals for use, the taxpayer must so continue unless and until permission has been received from the department in writing to make a change. Regardless of the method selected for accounting for the tax on withdrawals for use, the tax is due on all amounts proceeding or accruing from the rental, lease or sale of the property.
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