tax issue

I Live in UK. If I sold items(Toy) on bonanza, Is any tax issue involved?

asked about 2 months ago

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This is an official Bonanza response.

Hello DavidF2185

Welcome to the Bonanza Community!!

Bonanza is considered a Marketplace Facilitator, and is therefore responsible for calculating, collecting, and remitting tax for all sales made to buyers located in specific states, regardless of the seller’s location.

We recommend all sellers consult a tax professional in their state, province or country to determine their tax obligations. You are able to create tax rules in your booth for all other locations. Bonanza sellers are also welcome to use TaxCloud to manage their individual sales tax collection and remittance.
More information from our Help pages

Learn more about using TaxCloud for your business.

If you need additional support please email our support team and we will be glad to assist you further. Contact us at [email protected]
Thank you and Happy Selling!
Kind Regards

Wanda T.
Happiness Producer
Bonanza Support Team

answered about 1 month ago

Bonanza will apply taxes to any state in the US that requires sales taxes to be collected on internet sales and will forward to the appropriate state. Someone here who sells from outside the US can probably answer better as to how it is dealt with for international sellers who may have taxes related to their country

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