This article is to inform you that starting on August 1, 2022, HighLevel, Inc. will be collecting Sales & Use tax when applicable.
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Question: Why is HighLevel charging me Sales & Use tax?
Answer: HighLevel has recently completed a Nexus Study. As a result, some of our products and services are considered taxable. This is a result of the 2018 ruling in South Dakota v. Wayfair, a landmark Sales & Use tax nexus case which changed the rules on physical and economic nexus.
Question: Which states are required to collect Sales & Use tax?
Answer: Here is a quick reference guide https://www.salestaxinstitute.com/resources/rates. Sales & Use tax varies between states, please consult your local tax advisor for more info.
Question: My company is tax exempt or self-remits sales tax what should I do?
Answer: HighLevel requests that its customers complete a new sales tax exemption certificate(s) in order to continue selling to your company on a sales tax-exempt basis. Complete the Multistate Tax Commission’s - Uniform Sales & Use Tax Exemption/Resale Certificate or another state-approved exemption certificate before August 1, 2022.
When completing the exemption certificate(s), please enter HighLevel, Inc as the Name of the Seller. Once you have submitted a valid exemption certificate you will not be required to do so again until the next expiration date.
If you have already completed this form or paid use tax, please be sure to send any supporting documentation to Salestax@gohighlevel.com
Question: I have more questions who can I contact?
Answer: If you have questions about the nature of the tax or its applicability please consult your company’s tax advisor or email your questions to email@example.com.
Question: Why we are applying for a tax exemption for intangible products?
Answer: Sales tax no longer applies only to tangible products. Some of the products HighLevel sells are required to be taxed.
Question: In what situation would someone have a sales tax exemption form?
Answer: HighLevel is required to collect sales taxes on some of our products unless you provide us with a resale certificate. If you are not sure if you are a reseller we recommend that you contact your CPA or tax advisor.