Minnesota State Sales Tax
Sales Tax Rate
Base Rate: 6.875%
Minnesota Sales Tax Facts
Is Minnesota a destination or origin based state? Destination
Is Minnesota a SST Certified State? Yes
Are zero file returns required in Minnesota? Yes
Is shipping taxable in Minnesota? Yes
Minnesota Nexus Information
Triggers for Nexus
Independent contractors or representatives
Does Amazon Have Warehousing in Minnesota?
Minnesota Filing Dates
January collections – February 20
February collections – March 20
March collections – April 20
April collections – May 20
May collections – June 20
June collections – July 20
July collections – August 20
August collections – September 20
September collections – October 20
October collections – November 20
November collections – December 20
December collections – January 20
Q1 – April 20
Q2 – July 20
Q3 – October 20
Q4 – January 20
Other Minnesota Sales Tax Information
Filing Requirements: You may file returns by phone or online. No paper option is available.
If you file by phone, you must register for local tax before you file your return. If you choose to use the online option, you can file and pay electronically.
What Will You Need:Your username and password in order to login. Once you are logged in and are viewing an account page related to a tax type, you will see a “File Return” button. Click the button and complete the remaining steps. A confirmation page will display once you have completed the process.
You may register for local taxes via e-Services by accessing your sales and use tax account. You can add local tax lines from the “Registration” menu on the left side. Click on “Sales Locations” from the Registration menu. Click on the blue link for the location number you want to edit. Select “Click Here to Edit Local Information” and add any local sales or use tax for this location. The local tax line will be updated overnight.
You may also register for local taxes when filing your sales tax return via e-Services. At the “Tax Inputs” screen, click the “Add a Record” link. Use the tax type drop-down box and select the local tax you wish to add. Enter the taxable sales amount in the local tax line you added. The local tax line will appear on future returns.