Items sold on Amazon Marketplaces and shipped to locations both inside and outside the US, including territories, may be subject to tax.
The amount of tax charged on your order depends on many factors including the following:
The tax rate applied to your order will be the combined state and local rates of the address where your order is delivered to or fulfilled from. For example, if you live in a state that does not impose a sales tax, you may still see tax calculated on your order if shipped to another state. Moreover, the tax rates applied to your order may also be different for a variety of reasons, such as a shipment to a residential home versus a business address. Also, the total selling price of an item will generally include item-level shipping and handling charges, item level discounts, and gift wrapping charges. If applied at an order level, these charges, may be allocated to the individual items in an order.
If you are ordering from Amazon.com and shipping to a country outside of the US, you may be charged the applicable country tax rate.
Items sold on Amazon.com that are shipped to destinations in the following states and US territories may be subject to tax:
|District of Columbia||Mississippi||Tennessee|
|Indiana||New York||West Virginia|
Click here for information on Marketplace Facilitator Sales and Use tax collection.
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