Hey guys, I'm curious for those of you who deal with state sales tax, how do you figure it when quoting on labor only jobs? I'm a new start up in CT concentrating on mowing and snow removal to start. It seems like people want a whole number, $35, $40 etc. I'm used to estimating service repair jobs where you quote or estimate a job "plus" tax and/or shop supplies. Is this the way this business is usually quoted $35 plus tax or do you say to your self I want to get $35 for this lawn, tax will be approx 3.45 so I'll quote $40 and calculate the tax out later? I'm sure there is more than one way to skin the cat just wondering how everyone else does it. Also if your whole number quoted amount includes the tax, do you break it down on the customer's invoice or just show the total amount?