FourFourSeconds ago, when Microsoft launched a new program called Office 365, it announced it would be the first company to levy a software tax on software purchased.
Microsoft also introduced a software discount code to give people a one-time 30% discount on Office 365 purchases.
Microsoft, in other words, made a big deal out of an existing policy and created a new one that makes the software purchase tax free.
Now, it’s starting to take advantage of that to give some of its customers even more incentive to buy Office 365.
The new software tax policy allows people to buy and use Office 365 for one year without having to pay any software tax.
And that incentive is starting to look pretty good.
Microsoft has announced that the software tax will be available to everyone starting with January 1.
The tax is the same as the software sales tax Microsoft has been using for years now.
Microsoft says that customers who buy Office for at least one year, regardless of the software, will also be eligible for the tax.
The tax will also apply to Office 365 subscribers, and Microsoft will provide discounts on all other Office 365 products.
So, Microsoft will make a profit on Office for everyone who buys Office 365 at the same time, whether they pay the software or not.
The only way this policy would be different from the existing software sales taxes in effect is if Microsoft started charging for Office 365 subscriptions.
That seems unlikely, given the company’s recent announcement that it will stop charging for subscriptions altogether in the coming months.
The software tax is designed to be more than a tax on the software.
It’s also a tax for software that is already paid for, meaning it’s not technically being paid for.
Microsoft’s tax applies to software that was purchased, but not sold.
So if Microsoft is charging for the software and not selling it, that could cause it to fail to pay taxes.
Microsoft has already said that it’s trying to reduce the amount of software it charges for.
In a statement, Microsoft said that while there are software taxes in place, it was going to be an “aggressive approach to software tax reduction.”
Microsoft said that the tax would only apply to products purchased on or after January 1, 2019.
It also said that, by law, the tax will not apply to software purchases that have been completed prior to January 1 and that will be paid for through the Microsoft Store or other Microsoft services.
Microsoft is also giving customers a one time 30% off discount code.
That discount code will be applied to any purchases of Office 365 or Office 365 Enterprise Plus.
This is important because, according to the Office 365 tax FAQ, customers who purchase Office 365 can pay for Office and then have it deducted from their paycheck on their next paycheck.
The sales tax is also meant to be a way to encourage people to pay more for software.
For example, it is designed so that people who have bought Office 365 already can receive a 30% credit on their monthly software subscription.
The sale of software to people who already have the software can also qualify.