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eBay to collect online sales tax from 1st of July

By Sasha Fedorenko June 19, 2019 - 4:46 pm

eBay.com have announced the new states where they will be collecting online sales tax on applicable transactions beginning on the 1st of July 2019.

eBay have shared the news in The eBay Community, saying that sellers do not need to take any action. eBay will collect the online sales tax on sellers’ behalf for the affected states:

eBay sales tax collection

Alabama 1st of July 2019 Additional information
Arkansas 1st of July 2019 Additional infromation
Indiana 1st of July 2019 Contact the Department of Revenue for further information.
Kentucky 1st of July 2019 Additional infromation
New Mexico 1st of July 2019 Contact the Taxation and Revenue Department for further information.
Oklahoma 1st of July 2019 Additional infromation
Pennsylvania 1st of July 2019 Additional infromation
Rhode Island 1st of July 2019 Contact the Division of Taxation for further information.
South Dakota 1st of July 2019 Additional infromation
Virginia 1st of July 2019 Additional infromation
West Virginia 1st of July 2019 Additional infromation
Wyoming 1st of July 2019 Additional infromation
Vermont 1st of July 2019 Additional infromation

eBay say that are no extra charges or fees for this service. However, eBay says that sellers need to continue collecting and remitting tax in these states, before this tax collection takes effect, to comply with any applicable requirements they impose.

eBay say that there are no opt-outs for selling items to the states that we are collecting tax for, or out of eBay automatically collecting sales tax for applicable orders. They say that additional US states will likely be added.

Sellers that are exempt from paying sales tax on their eBay purchases, should visit this page to learn more about the buyer exemption program for tax-exempt buyers. That is charitable entities and resellers.

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