We are required by law to charge sales tax to deliveries going to any of the following states including California, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Texas, and Virginia. If your organization or business is exempt from sales tax, or if you are reselling the items and have a valid re-sellers permit, please call us at (866) 537-2244 to remove sales tax from your order.
Download Tax Exempt & Resale Forms
Please download, complete, and return the applicable resale or exemption form below, or provide us with a copy of your government-issued exemption certification. You may email your completed forms to email@example.com or fax them to (800)440-8669.
Tax Exempt FAQs
Q: How do I place a tax exempt order online?
Download the appropriate form above, complete it, and email it back to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have never ordered from us before, then send the form along with your (1) business name, (2) address, (3) phone number, (4) your name, and (5) your phone number. We will set up your online account as tax exempt, and will notify you once this is complete and you can begin placing orders online without sales tax. If you have ordered from us before and already have an account set up, let us know your account number or company name and we will edit your account to be tax exempt. We will notify you when it is ready.
Q: My exempt organization is in a taxable state, but I don't see a form listed. Where can I find it?
Some states do not have separate forms to fill out for tax exempt organizations; instead, they just require you send a copy of your state-issued exemption certificate. You can send a copy of that form to email@example.com in place of the above forms.
Q: What if my state isn't listed?
If your state is not listed above, than we are not currently required to charge sales tax on orders shipping to your location. You may place your order online at any time and you will not be charged sales tax.
Q: You didn't previously charge my state sales tax, but now you do...what changed?
New laws put forth in 2019 have required some taxation changes outside of our control. Please visit USA.gov State and Local Taxes for more information on state taxes and how these laws may affect your business.
Q: How much is sales tax?
Sales tax percentage rates will vary by state, and sometimes by county or city. Visit USA.gov State and Local Taxes for more information on state taxes.
Q: Why is shipping being taxed?
Some states require sales tax on products and services, which includes shipping fees. You can find more information at your state's government website.