Hello everyone! I have a small LLC that I formed as a partnership with another person a couple of years ago, selecting pass-through taxation. I am pleased with the setup. My husband (now retired) had a corporation (not LLC) many years ago. We had a disagreement about sales tax. He asked me why I had to pay sales tax when I bought a new office chair and ink for my printer. I explained that the sales tax is only waived if I buy stuff that I will re-sell to clients. Obviously, the office chair and ink are for my use in conducting my business. He claimed that when he had a corporation, he never paid sales tax for things like office chairs and ink, "so I don't understand why you chose to make your business an LLC". I find his claim about sales tax hard to believe - please weigh in and settle the matter for us with your knowledge.