A sales tax is defined as "A sales tax is a consumption tax imposed by the government on the sale of goods and services""
A use tax is defined as "A sales tax on purchases made outside one's state of residence on taxable items that will be used, stored or consumed in one's state of residence and on which no tax was collected in the state of purchase."
I understand that the terms are mutually exclusive, but I want to make sure my understanding is correct.
Scenario 1: I buy milk in Colorado. [Sales tax]
Scenario 2: I buy milk in Utah, but live in Colorado. [Sales tax to Utah]
Scenario 3: I buy milk in Utah, and have it shipped to my home in Colorado. [Use tax]