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Sales Tax Transactional Notices

Colorado

We do not collect Colorado sales tax. Your purchase is subject to sales and use tax unless it is specifically exempt and is not exempt from Colorado sales and use tax merely because it is made over the Internet, by catalog or other remote means. The state of Colorado requires that purchasers file appropriate tax forms annually, reporting all taxable Colorado purchases that were not taxed and pay the use tax on those purchases.

Louisiana

We do not collect Louisiana sales tax. Your purchase is subject to sales and use tax unless it is specifically exempt and is not exempt from Louisiana sales and use tax merely because it is made over the Internet, by catalog or other remote means. The state of Louisiana requires that purchasers file appropriate tax forms annually, reporting all taxable Louisiana purchases that were not taxed and pay the use tax on those purchases.

Pennsylvania

We do not collect Pennsylvania sales tax. Your purchase is subject to sales and use tax unless it is specifically exempt and is not exempt from Pennsylvania sales and use tax merely because it is made over the Internet, by catalog or other remote means. The state of Pennsylvania requires that purchasers file appropriate tax forms annually, reporting all taxable Pennsylvania purchases that were not taxed and pay the use tax on those purchases. This notice is provided pursuant to the requirements of Section 213.2 of Pennsylvania HB 542, 2017 Session. You may obtain additional information from the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue regarding whether and how to remit the sales or use tax.

Puerto Rico

We do not collect Puerto Rico sales tax. Your purchase is subject to sales and use tax unless it is specifically exempt and is not exempt from Puerto Rico sales and use tax merely because it is made over the Internet, by catalog or other remote means. Puerto Rico requires that purchasers file appropriate tax forms annually, reporting all taxable Puerto Rico purchases that were not taxed and pay the use tax on those purchases.

Rhode Island

Rhode Island Sales & Use Tax Notice

Please be advised that pursuant to Rhode Island General Laws §§ 44-18-18 and 44-18-20, sales or use tax is due on taxable purchases made from [Non-collecting Retailer]. If tax was not paid at the time of purchase, the State of Rhode Island requires all customers who use, store, or otherwise consume taxable goods and services in Rhode Island to file a signed use tax return, Form T-205. This form is available on the Rhode Island Division of Taxation’s website (www.tax.ri.gov).

Form T-205 is due on or before the 20th day of each month following the month in which purchases are made, and must be accompanied by a remittance for the amount due. Checks and money orders should be made payable to the Tax Administrator.

Please contact the Rhode Island Division of Taxation at (401) 574-8955 or tax.excise@tax.ri.gov with any questions.

Vermont

We do not collect Vermont sales tax. Your purchase is subject to sales and use tax unless it is specifically exempt and is not exempt from Vermont sales and use tax merely because it is made over the Internet, by catalog or other remote means. The state of Vermont requires that purchasers file appropriate tax forms annually, reporting all taxable Vermont purchases that were not taxed and pay the use tax on those purchases.

Washington

We do not collect Washington sales tax. Your purchase is subject to sales and use tax unless it is specifically exempt and is not exempt from Washington sales and use tax merely because it is made over the Internet, by catalog or other remote means. The state of Washington requires that purchasers file appropriate tax forms annually, reporting all taxable Washington purchases that were not taxed and pay the use tax on those purchases. This notice is provided pursuant to the requirements of Section 205 of Washington HB 2163, 2017 3rd Special Session. You may obtain additional information from the Washington Department of Revenue regarding whether and how to remit the sales or use tax.