Why some states have a use tax where you're supposed to pay them a tax if you buy something out of state is beyond me. I've read a couple articles in a local paper about how Massachussetts is mad about Mass. residents going outta state(New Hampshire is one state they go to) to buy things due to Mass. having a sales tax, and then not reporting it on their taxes. What do they expect when it's cheaper to go to a neighboring state to shop? I know there's a few other states that have this tax too, but can't remember what states they are, besides Maine.