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State Sales Taxes

Customer shipments to Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Virginia, and North Carolina will be charged the applicable state sales tax on the merchandise total.

Customer shipments to New Jersey will be charged the applicable state sales tax on the merchandise total and a shipping and handling tax.

States where we do not collect sales and use taxes.

We collect and remit sales and use tax on behalf of our customers in the states in which we have a physical presence. If we do not collect the tax, you may still owe use tax on certain purchases in your state. If you purchase from Ross-Simons and ship goods to South Carolina, Tennessee, South Dakota, Oklahoma, Vermont, or Colorado, you may have additional requirements.

You can use the total sale included on your confirmation email when completing your income tax return in order to calculate any use tax owed - unless you've already paid the tax or your purchases are otherwise not subject to tax.

In South Carolina, S.C. Code Ann. § 12-36-2691(E)(3) requires us to provide a notification of the total sale price amount for purchases made from Ross-Simons to customers that had purchases delivered to South Carolina. A sale is not exempt from use tax under South Carolina law because it is made over the Internet or over the telephone. You can find the total purchase amount on your confirmation emails or on your order history summary. The use tax form and corresponding instructions are available on the South Carolina Department of Revenue website.

In Tennessee T.C.A. 67-6-515(f)(3) and T.C.A 67-6-210 requires us to provide a notification of the total sale price amount for purchases made from Ross-Simons to customers that had purchases delivered to Tennessee. A sale is not exempt from use tax under Tennessee law because it is made over the Internet or over the telephone. You can find the total purchase amount on your confirmation emails or on your order history summary. The use tax form and corresponding instructions are available on the Tennessee Department of Revenue website.

In South Dakota SB 146 requires us to provide a notification of the total sale price amount for purchases made from Ross-Simons to customers that had purchases delivered to South Dakota. A sale is not exempt from use tax under South Dakota law because it is made over the Internet or over the telephone. You can find the total purchase amount on your confirmation emails or on your order history summary. Tax may be reported and paid on the South Dakota use tax form. The use tax form and corresponding instructions are available on the South Dakota Department of Revenue website.

In Oklahoma HB 2359 requires us to provide a notification of the total sale price amount for purchases made from Ross-Simons to customers that had purchases delivered to Oklahoma. A sale is not exempt from use tax under Oklahoma law because it is made over the Internet or over the telephone. You can find the total purchase amount on your confirmation emails or on your order history summary. Tax may be reported and paid on the Oklahoma tax return – form 511–or the consumer use tax return – form 21-1. The use tax form and Information are available on the Oklahoma tax commission website.

In Vermont H436 requires us to provide a notification of the total sale price amount for purchases made from Ross-Simons to customers that had purchases delivered to Vermont. A sale is not exempt from use tax under Vermont law because it is made over the Internet or over the telephone. You can find the total purchase amount on your confirmation emails or on your order history summary. The use tax form and corresponding instructions are available on the Vermont department of taxes website.

In Colorado HB 1193 requires online retailers to provide a detailed purchase report to customers with more than $500 of annual Colorado purchases by January 31 and to provide a summary purchase report with the total amount of each customer's annual Colorado purchases to the Colorado Department of Revenue by March 31. This law is currently the subject of a legal challenge brought by the Direct Marketing Association and others. In the meantime, the U.S. District Court has suspended enactment of the law while the legal challenge proceeds.

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