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Five Factors of Freight Taxability

The rules for the taxability of freight or delivery charges vary from state to state. How do retailers figure out when freight and shipping charges are subject to sales and use tax?

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E-Commerce has made remote purchasing and shipping commonplace, but the ease of buying goods and having them delivered creates tax complexities for the sellers in the form of freight and shipping charges. How do retailers figure out when freight and shipping charges related to retail sales are subject to sales and use tax?

Download this e-book now to get answers to these 5 factors of freight taxability:

  • Is the freight taxable in the state of origin?
  • Are the goods taxable?
  • Is the freight separately stated?
  • Who is providing transportation for the shipment?
  • What are the seller’s shipping terms?