TaxCloud and Stripe join efforts to offer tax compliance support

By Sasha Fedorenko October 4, 2019 - 11:53 am

TaxCloud and Stripe have joined their efforts to offer merchants support with the US tax compliance obligations following the South Dakota v, Wayfair case.

The move will allow users of Stripe’s payments platform to plug into TaxCloud to easily manage their sale tax commitments.

TaxCloud provides a sales tax API with a self-service cloud platform. While the TaxCloud website enables sellers of any size to get started collecting sales tax in any state, or all states, in minutes, the TaxCloud API delivers real-time and batch process sales tax calculations for any address in the US – as well as automated registration, filing and remittance services, audit response and indemnification to its clients. Similar integrations with the Amazon Marketplace, Etsy, Shopify, Bonanza, QuickBooks Online, WooCommerce and eBay have been announced by TaxCloud over the past 14 months.

“TaxCloud is delighted to support retailers’ ability to be compliant with the changing sales tax landscape in the U.S. by integrating with leading eCommerce platforms. The payments process is the most logical place for sales tax services like TaxCloud’s to operate and this integration with Stripe is an important first step to achieving that vision.”
– TaxCloud, chief executive officer, David Campbell.

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