Sales tax is a tax imposed by the government on the sale of goods and services. The amount of tax varies from country to country, and it is usually calculated as a percentage of the sale price. In some countries, sales tax is also imposed on imports.
Sales tax is generally imposed on all transactions involving the sale of goods and services. However, there are some exceptions, such as for food, medicine, and other essential items. The rate of tax also varies depending on the type of good or service being sold.
In most countries, businesses are responsible for collecting and remitting sales tax to the government. This means that businesses must keep track of their sales, calculate the tax owing, and then submit the appropriate amount of tax to the government.