My company (in California) went to Arizona and attended one trade show, we sold some products, for those sales, they are supposed to be charged sales tax, right?
but if we sold and shipped products from our place California to the customer who lives in Arizona, do we still need to charge the customer sales tax? We have Arizona TPT license, but it is for event location.
Welcome to the Community, @Ivy2019.
Let me provide a few information about the Arizona TPT license.
You're right! Your customer should be charged sales tax since you have TPT license for that event in Arizona. However, this license isn't applicable when shipping product from California to Arizona.
To clear it up, I suggest contacting the state agency so they can provide further information about the Arizona TPT Tax and sales tax collection.
In addition, you can read this article to learn more about the US Sales Tax - Sourcing: US Sales Tax.
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Yes, when you sell in AZ at a trade fair, you collect and remit AZ sales tax for your sales. Same is true for any state that has sales tax and you sell at a trade fair
With the Supreme Court messing up sales tax, yes being in CA and selling to an AZ address does require your collecting AZ sales IF
IF, you sell More than $200,000 for calendar year 2019; more than $150,000 for calendar year 2020; and more than $100,000 for calendar year 2021 and subsequent calendar years
You track the sales yourself, after you hit the amount required, only sales after that are subject to sales tax
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