The Buffalo Wool Co. is required to collect sales tax in many U.S. states where we manage to qualify for Nexus, the sales tax is based upon your zip code and the requirements of your state. The Buffalo Wool Co. holds state sales tax permits in quite a few states now, and this is subject to change according to each state law, and requirements for online Nexus.
There are a few states with "unusual" collecting and reporting procedures, and these have been detailed below.
Residents of Alabama, Colorado, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Rhode Island: Please see important sales tax information:
|Alabama:||The Buffalo Wool Co. (“Seller”) has collected the simplified sellers use tax on this transaction(s) delivered into Alabama and the tax will be remitted on the customer’s behalf to the Alabama Department of Revenue.|
Your purchase is subject to Louisiana use tax unless it is specifically exempt, and there is no exemption specifically based on the fact that a purchase is made over the internet, by catalog or by other remote means. Louisiana law requires that use tax liability be paid annually on an individual’s income tax return or through other means as required by administrative rule in accordance with the Administrative Procedure Act.
Sales or use tax is not being connected in connection with your purchase. You may be required to remit use tax directly to the Oklahoma Tax Commission. You may obtain additional information from the Tax Commission here regarding whether and how to remit use tax.
Please be advised that pursuant to Rhode Island Generals Laws 44-18-18 and 44-18-20, sales or use tax is due on taxable purchases made from Newegg. 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. 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.