MailerLite is growing its client base across the United States. By law, we need to collect and remit sales taxes to comply with varying local and state laws across the country.
Not all states tax our activity as a Software as a Service (SaaS), and there are different nexus determinations across states.
Below you will find an up-to-date table with the information in what states we are subject to sales taxes.
In the event of a refund, the state and local taxes will be included in the reimbursement.
MailerLite is subject to sales tax in the following states:
|Ohio||March 22nd, 2021|
|Utah||April 1st, 2021|
|Minnesota||April 1st, 2021|
|Maryland||June 1st, 2021|
|District of Columbia||June 1st, 2021|
We’ll update this list as we add more states.
A sales tax is calculated by the addition of:
The state rate
The county rate
The city rate (if applicable)
This combination may lead to several different rates applicable within each state depending on the zip code that is provided on the billing information.
Based on the billing information on the Plan and billing page, our billing platform will calculate the applicable tax rate on top of the plan price on the checkout page.
The tax component (state and local tax) will be identified in a dedicated line in the invoice of the purchase.
Certain charitable, religious, scientific, or educational organizations may be exempt from the sales tax. However, not all non-profit organizations qualify for a tax exemption.
If you believe your organization should be tax-exempt, please send us the required documentation by the state to firstname.lastname@example.org and your request should be reviewed within three business days.
Ohio: The state of Ohio requires you to submit a completed Ohio Sales & Use Tax Blanket Exemption Certificate (STEC-B) or a Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement.
Utah: The state of Ohio requires you to submit a completed Utah Exemption Certificate (TC-721).
Minnesota: The state of Minnesota requires you to submit a completed Certificate of Exemption (ST3).
Maryland: The state of Maryland requires you to submit a completed Sales and Use Tax Exemption Certificate
District of Columbia: The state of District of Columbia requires you to submit a completed Certificate of Exemption, which is issued by the local government.