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On June 21, 2018, the Supreme Court ruled, in a 5-4 decision, that a state can require an out-of-state seller to collect sales or use tax on sales to customers in that state, even though the seller lacks an in-state physical presence. Under certain circumstances, an economic or virtual presence can create nexus (a sufficient connection with the state), subjecting a seller to tax collection and remittance requirements in a state. 

Due to this new ruling, we're now required to collect and remit sales tax in several states.  Below is the list of states.

If your company qualifies for tax exemption on the products purchased from us, then you can upload and submit a completed tax exemption form using the link below. 

By submitting tax exempt forms to us, you agree to our Terms & Conditions

Arkansas Arkansas
Colorado Colorado
Georgia Georgia
Illinois Illinois
Indiana Indiana
Iowa Iowa
Kentucky Kentucky
Louisiana Louisiana
Maine Maine
Maryland Maryland
Michigan Michigan
Minnesota Minnesota
New Jersey New Jersey
New York New York
North Carolina North Carolina
Oklahoma Oklahoma
Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
Washington Washington
Wisconsin State Wisconsin