What Is a Sales Tax?
A sales tax is a consumption tax imposed by the government on the sale of goods and services. A conventional sales tax is levied at the point of sale, collected by the retailer, and passed on to the government.
A business may be liable for sales taxes in a given jurisdiction if it has a presence there, which can be a brick-and-mortar location, an employee, or an affiliate, depending on the laws in that jurisdiction.
Within the United States, q-see.com charges tax on orders shipping to a number of states where Qsee is required to collect tax. If you are a tax-exempt organization or reseller, you can apply for tax exemption on your q-see.com orders within your account or during checkout.
What Is the Sales Tax in California?
California has a statewide sales tax of 7.25%. In addition, some municipalities may impose local sales taxes.
Please read the below carefully before applying for tax exemption. Please make sure you have all the necessary information.
- Territory/state in which you wish to apply
- Entity type of your organization
- Organizations Address
- Exemption numbers or exemption form* (if applicable)
*Some state or U.S. territory exemptions are only issued by their respective authorities. If you have such an exemption, you’ll be asked to upload your certificate for enrollment. Tax Exemption Team will review your application and email within 2 business days to confirm your enrollment or to request additional information.
Please send the necessary documents to Qsee Support Team at firstname.lastname@example.org. All submitted tax exemption certificates take within 2 business days to process. Once your application is processed, future orders will no longer be taxed by q-see.com.