Sales Tax Amnesty for eCommerce Sellers
Take Advantage of Sales Tax Amnesty with Taxify
When you sign up for a free 30 day trial of Taxify, you can upload historical transactions, calculate your back tax liabilities, see where you have tax liabilities, and painlessly file and remit taxes in any state and locality.
Your eCommerce Business May Be Eligible for Sales Tax Amnesty!
From August 17 to October 17, 2017 states may forgive back taxes and penalties for sellers that register through its Voluntary Disclosure Amnesty Program.
Your business may be eligible if it:
- Has physical nexus in one of the participating states due to inventory stored by an online marketplace.
- Has NOT had previous contact with the state, such as filing a return, paying tax, receiving a notice or being audited.
Not sure what nexus is? Start here.
Participating States: Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Florida, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, New Jersey, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Wisconsin.
How to Qualify For Sales Tax Amnesty
Follow these steps to determine if your business qualifies for amnesty. Remember, you must apply by October 17, 2017 to be considered. Use a free trial of Taxify (no credit card required) to see how much you’ll save on back taxes. Here’s how:
Use the form to the left to sign up for a free 30-day trial.
Enter the states where you’re currently registered and filing.
Upload your transaction data. Need help getting your data from Amazon to Taxify? Taxify fully integrates with Taxify. Check out this link to see how.
Taxify will show the states in which you should be filing, and calculate taxes for all previous and future transactions. When you’re ready, Taxify can automatically file and pay on your behalf.
Taxify is a sales tax automation platform that enables small and midsize businesses to manage sales tax amid a constantly evolving tax landscape. Taxify automates sales tax filings, assists businesses in collecting the right amount of tax, even down to the local jurisdictions, is a source of record in the event of an audit, and helps you monitor your sales tax risks as your business grows.
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