by Bureau of Business and Economic Research, University of North Dakota in Grand Forks, N.D .
Written in English
|Statement||by Robert J. Korbach.|
|Series||Occasional papers / Bureau of Business & Economic Research, University of North Dakota, Occasional papers (University of North Dakota. Bureau of Business and Economic Research)|
|LC Classifications||HC107.N93 I5174 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 18 p. :|
|Number of Pages||18|
|LC Control Number||83622752|
This book has been compiled and published in accordance with the provisions of the North Dakota livestock brand laws. This is a complete transcript of all livestock brands on record in the office of the North Dakota Stockmen’s Association in the State of North Dakota as of Jan. 15, The brand facsimile is as exact as possible. A service-related business may be required to obtain a North Dakota sales, use, gross receipts tax permit. Even though, as a service provider your services may not be subject to sales tax, you may have a use tax obligation on purchases made to operate the business if you did not pay sales tax to your supplier (in or out of state) at the time the equipment, supplies and materials were purchased. A 5% tax is imposed on the purchase price or market value of aircraft registered in North Dakota. The tax applies whether the aircraft is purchased in North Dakota or outside the state. If the aircraft is purchased for lease or rental, the tax may be imposed on the lease or rental cost of the aircraft. The North Dakota commercial driver license require-ments in compliance with the Commercial Motor Ve-hicle Safety Act requires minimum testing standards for the licensing of commercial drivers. You must have a commercial drivers license (CDL) to operate: • A single vehicle with a gross vehicle weight rating or gross vehicle weight of 26,
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In general, corporations engaged in multistate business activity, other than public utilities and excluded corporations, are required to apportion to this State all apportionable income by using a four-factor formula. The apportionment formula consists of the sum of the property factor, the payroll factor and twice the sales factor divided by four. Manufacturing accounts for percent of North Dakota's Gross State Product. While the rest of the country has experienced a manufacturing retraction since , North Dakota has enjoyed an expansion. Strong market growth, both domestically and internationally, have contributed to a healthy manufacturing economy. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Henry, Mark S. North Dakota gross State product, [Grand Forks]: Bureau of Business and Economic Research, University of North Dakota, North Dakota Agriculture and Industry. North Dakota's real gross state product in was estimated to be $38, which was $, and 79% lower than the national state average, $, North Dakota has the 47th highest GSP out of the 50 states. North Dakota is the most rural of all the states, with farms covering more than 90% of the land.