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U.S. State Sales Tax and Online Labels, Inc.

States where we collect sales tax

Many states across the country now require businesses to collect sales tax on online orders. If you're located in any of the following states, you will begin to see sales tax added to your order total throughout the checkout process.

How to upload an exemption

If your business or organization is tax-exempt or you plan to make purchases for resale, you can upload the state-issued documentation or certifications. Below, you can find the necessary forms specific to your state or instructions on how to retrieve them (if applicable). Please complete and upload to your account.

Alabama

The state of Alabama requires those who make tax-exempt purchases provide retailers with an exemption or resale certificate. If your organization qualifies for tax exemption, please upload the Uniform Sales & Use Tax Certificate, sales tax number, or the appropriate exemption form to your account.

Forms

Learn more about tax exemption in your state from the Alabama Department of Revenue.

California

The state of California requires those who make tax-exempt purchases provide retailers with an exemption or resale certificate. If your organization qualifies for tax exemption, please upload the sales tax number or the appropriate exemption form to to your account.

Forms

Learn more about tax exemption in your state from the California Department of Tax and Fee Administration.

Colorado

The state of Colorado requires those who make tax-exempt purchases provide retailers with an exemption or resale certificate. If your organization qualifies for tax exemption, please upload the Uniform Sales & Use Tax Certificate, resale certificate, or the appropriate exemption form to your account.

Forms

Learn more about tax exemption in your state from the Colorado Department of Taxation.

Connecticut

The state of Connecticut requires those who make tax-exempt purchases provide retailers with an exemption certificate. If your organization qualifies for tax exemption, please upload the Uniform Sales & Use Tax Certificate, resale certificate, or the appropriate exemption form to your account.

Forms

Please note that Connecticut only accepts the Uniform Sales & Use Tax Certificate as a resale certificate. Learn more about tax exemption in your state from the Connecticut State Department of Revenue Services.

District of Columbia

The District of Columbia requires those who make tax-exempt purchases provide retailers with an exemption certificate. If your organization qualifies for tax exemption, please upload the appropriate resale certificate or exemption form to your account.

Forms

Learn more about tax exemption by visiting the District of Columbia Office of Tax and Revenue.

Florida

The state of Florida requires those who make tax-exempt purchases provide retailers with a resale or exemption certificate. If your organization qualifies for tax exemption, please upload the appropriate exemption form or resale certificate to your account.

Learn more about tax exemption in your state from the Florida Department of Revenue.

Georgia

The state of Georgia requires those who make tax-exempt purchases provide retailers with an exemption or resale certificate. If your organization qualifies for tax exemption, please upload the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement form, Uniform Sales & Use Tax Certificate, or the appropriate exemption form to your account.

Forms

Learn more about tax exemption in your state from the Georgia Department of Revenue.

Hawaii

The state of Hawaii requires those who make tax-exempt purchases provide retailers with an exemption or resale certificate. If your organization qualifies for tax exemption, please upload the Uniform Sales & Use Tax Certificate, resale certificate, or the appropriate exemption form to your account.

Forms

Learn more about tax exemption in your state from the Hawaii Department of Taxation.

Illinois

The state of Illinois requires those who make tax-exempt purchases provide retailers with an exemption or resale certificate. If your organization qualifies for tax exemption, please upload the Uniform Sales & Use Tax Certificate, resale certificate, or the appropriate exemption form to your account.

Forms

Learn more about tax exemption in your state from the Illinois Department of Revenue.

Indiana

The state of Indiana requires those who make tax-exempt purchases provide retailers with an exemption or resale certificate. If your organization qualifies for tax exemption, please upload the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement form, resale certificate, or the appropriate exemption form to your account.

Forms

Learn more about tax exemption in your state from the Indiana Department of Revenue.

Iowa

The state of Iowa requires those who make tax-exempt purchases provide retailers with an exemption or resale certificate. If your organization qualifies for tax exemption, please upload the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement form, Uniform Sales & Use Tax Certificate, or the appropriate exemption form to your account.

Forms

Learn more about tax exemption in your state from the Iowa Department of Revenue.

Kentucky

The state of Kentucky requires those who make tax-exempt purchases provide retailers with an exemption or resale certificate. If your organization qualifies for tax exemption, please upload the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement form, resale certificate, or the appropriate exemption form to your account.

Forms

Learn more about tax exemption in your state from the Kentucky Department of Revenue.

Louisiana

The state of Louisiana requires those who make tax-exempt purchases provide retailers with a resale certificate. If your organization qualifies for tax exemption, please upload the appropriate resale certificate to your account.

The state of Louisiana does not accept generic resale certificates. You can apply for a new resale certificate with the Louisiana Department of Revenue.

Maine

The state of Maine requires those who make tax-exempt purchases provide retailers with an exemption or resale certificate. If your organization qualifies for tax exemption, please upload the Uniform Sales & Use Tax Certificate to your account.

Forms

Learn more about tax exemption in your state from the Maine Revenue Services.

Maryland

The state of Maryland requires the following organizations present an exemption certificate to the retailer when making exempt purchases. If your organization qualifies for tax exemption, please upload the appropriate resale information to your account. Resale certificates must include all of the following:

  • A signed statement that the purchase is intended for resale (Suggested Resale Blanket Certificate)
  • The purchaser's name and address
  • The purchaser's Maryland sales and use tax registration number

Learn more about tax exemptions and resale certificates from the Comptroller of Maryland.

Massachusetts

The state of Massachusetts requires those who make tax-exempt purchases provide retailers with an exemption certificate. If your organization qualifies for tax exemption, please upload the appropriate exemption form or resale certificate to your account.

Forms

Learn more about tax exemption in your state from the Massachusetts Department of Revenue.

Michigan

The state of Michigan requires those who make tax-exempt purchases provide retailers with an exemption or resale certificate. If your organization qualifies for tax exemption, please upload the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement form, resale certificate, or the appropriate exemption form to your account.

Forms

Learn more about tax exemption in your state from the Michigan Department of Treasury.

Minnesota

The state of Minnesota requires those who make tax-exempt purchases provide retailers with an exemption or resale certificate. If your organization qualifies for tax exemption, please upload the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement form, Uniform Sales & Use Tax Certificate, or the appropriate exemption form to your account.

Forms

Learn more about tax exemption in your state from the Minnesota Department of Revenue.

Mississippi

The state of Mississippi requires resellers and those purchasing products exempt from the state's sales tax to use the appropriate exemption certificate. Organizations may request a letter from the Department of Revenue stating qualification for exemption. Please upload the appropriate exemption form or sales tax number for resale to your account.

Learn more about tax exemption in your state from the Mississippi Department of Revenue.

Missouri

The state of Missouri requires those who make tax-exempt purchases provide retailers with an exemption certificate. If your organization qualifies for tax exemption, please upload the Uniform Sales & Use Tax Certificate, resale certificate, or the appropriate exemption form to your account.

Forms

Learn more about tax exemptions and resale certificates from the Missouri Department of Revenue.

Nebraska

The state of Nebraska requires those who make tax-exempt purchases provide retailers with an exemption or resale certificate. If your organization qualifies for tax exemption, please upload the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement form, Uniform Sales & Use Tax Certificate, or the appropriate exemption form to your account.

Forms

Learn more about tax exemption in your state from the Nebraska Department of Taxation.

Nevada

The state of Nevada requires those who make tax-exempt purchases provide retailers with an exemption or resale certificate. If your organization qualifies for tax exemption, please upload the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement form, Uniform Sales & Use Tax Certificate, resale certificate, or the appropriate exemption form to your account.

Forms

Learn more about tax exemption in your state from the Nevada Department of Taxation.

New Jersey

The state of New Jersey requires those who make tax-exempt purchases provide retailers with an exemption or resale certificate. If your organization qualifies for tax exemption, please upload the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement form, Uniform Sales & Use Tax Certificate, resale certificate, or the appropriate exemption form to your account.

Forms

Learn more about tax exemption in your state from the New Jersey Division of Taxation.

New York

The state of New York requires those who make tax-exempt purchases provide retailers with a resale or exemption certificate. If your organization qualifies for tax exemption, please upload the appropriate exemption form or resale certificate to your account.

Forms

Learn more about tax exemption in your state and find the appropriate form from the New York Department of Taxation and Finance.

North Carolina

The state of North Carolina utilizes the simplified multi-state exemption certificate. If your organization qualifies for tax exemption, please upload the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement form, Uniform Sales & Use Tax Certificate, or the appropriate exemption form to your account.

Forms

Learn more about tax exemption in your state from the North Carolina Department of Revenue.

North Dakota

The state of North Dakota requires those who make tax-exempt purchases provide retailers with an exemption or resale certificate. If your organization qualifies for tax exemption, please upload the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement form, Uniform Sales & Use Tax Certificate, resale certificate, or the appropriate exemption form to your account.

Forms

Learn more about tax exemption in your state from the North Dakota Office of State Tax Commissioner.

Ohio

The state of Ohio requires those who make tax-exempt purchases provide retailers with an exemption or resale certificate. If your organization qualifies for tax exemption, please upload the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement form, Uniform Sales & Use Tax Certificate, resale certificate, or the appropriate exemption form to your account.

Forms

Learn more about tax exemption in your state from the Ohio Department of Taxation.

Oklahoma

The state of Oklahoma requires those who make tax-exempt purchases provide retailers with an exemption or resale certificate. If your organization qualifies for tax exemption, please upload the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement form, Uniform Sales & Use Tax Certificate, resale certificate, or the appropriate exemption form to your account.

Forms

Learn more about tax exemption in your state from the Oklahoma Tax Commission.

Pennsylvania

The state of Pennsylvania requires those who make tax-exempt purchases provide retailers with an exemption certificate. If your organization qualifies for tax exemption, please upload the Uniform Sales & Use Tax Certificate or the appropriate exemption form to your account.

Forms

Please note that Pennsylvania only accepts the Uniform Sales & Use Tax Certificate as a resale certificate. The form must contain the purchaser's Pennsylvania Sales and Use Tax license number. Learn more about tax exemption in your state from the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue.

Rhode Island

The state of Rhode Island requires those who make tax-exempt purchases provide retailers with an exemption or resale certificate. If your organization qualifies for tax exemption, please upload the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement form, Uniform Sales & Use Tax Certificate, resale certificate, or the appropriate exemption form to your account.

Forms

Learn more about tax exemption in your state from the Rhode Island Department of Revenue.

South Carolina

The state of South Carolina requires those who make tax-exempt purchases provide retailers with an exemption certificate. If your organization qualifies for tax exemption, please upload the Uniform Sales & Use Tax Certificate, resale certificate, or the appropriate exemption form to your account.

Forms

Learn more about tax exemption in your state from the South Carolina Department of Taxes.

South Dakota

The state of South Dakota utilizes the simplified multi-state exemption certificate. If your organization qualifies for tax exemption, please upload the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement form, Uniform Sales & Use Tax Certificate, or the appropriate exemption form to your account.

Forms

Learn more about tax exemption in your state from the South Dakota Department of Taxes.

Utah

The state of Utah utilizes the simplified multi-state exemption certificate. If your organization qualifies for tax exemption, please upload the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement form, Uniform Sales & Use Tax Certificate, or the appropriate exemption form to your account.

Forms

Learn more about tax exemption in your state from the Utah State Tax Commission.

Vermont

The state of Vermont requires those who make tax-exempt purchases provide retailers with an exemption or resale certificate. If your organization qualifies for tax exemption, please upload the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement form, Uniform Sales & Use Tax Certificate, resale certificate, or the appropriate exemption form to your account.

Forms

Learn more about tax exemption in your state from the Vermont Department of Taxes.

Washington

The state of Washington utilizes the simplified multi-state exemption certificate. If your organization qualifies for tax exemption, please upload the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement form, Uniform Sales & Use Tax Certificate, or the appropriate exemption form to your account.

Forms

Learn more about tax exemption in your state from the Washington State Department of Revenue.

West Virginia

The state of West Virginia utilizes the simplified multi-state exemption certificate. If your organization qualifies for tax exemption, please upload the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement form to your account.

Forms

The state of West Virginia accepts form F0003 Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement as a tax exemption and resale certificate. Learn more about tax exemption in your state from the West Virginia State Tax Department.

Wisconsin

The state of Wisconsin utilizes the simplified multi-state exemption certificate. If your organization qualifies for tax exemption, please upload the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement form, Uniform Sales & Use Tax Certificate, resale certificate, or the appropriate exemption form to your account.

Forms

Learn more about tax exemption in your state from the Wisconsin Department of Revenue.

Wyoming

The state of Wyoming utilizes the simplified multi-state exemption certificate. If your organization qualifies for tax exemption, please upload the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement form to your account.

Forms

The state of Wyoming accepts form F0003 Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement as a tax exemption and resale certificate. The purchaser must provide its name, address, tax ID number, type of organization, reason for exemption, and signature. Learn more about tax exemption in your state from the Wyoming Department of Revenue.