Amazon News Roundup, Volume 1 Seller chatter: In a message posted by Amazon_News, in the Amazon Services Seller Forum, sellers were told that there would be some changes made regarding tax collection. These changes apply to orders shipped to the District of Columbia or Nebraska, and took effect on April 1st, 2019: “Based on changes to the District of Columbia and Nebraska State tax law, Amazon will begin calculating, collecting, and remitting sales and use tax for all orders shipped to customers in the District of Columbia or Nebraska on April 1, 2019. “Your existing tax calculation settings, order details, and payments reporting will update automatically to reflect Amazon’s responsibility. No action to your tax settings or seller account is required. “Answers to common questions are available in the Marketplace Tax Collection FAQ. Consider working with your tax advisor to determine any ongoing tax remittance and reporting obligations your business might have. “For more information, see Marketplace Tax Collection FAQ 2019 “For more information from Nebraska, click here “For more information from the District of Columbia, click here” – [Thread] It appears that Amazon is clamping down on sellers who have multiple Seller Central accounts: “You have used more than one account to … Read More
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