Unfortunately, because these qualifiers and application processes vary by state, Packlane is not authorized to advise on these points.
For the most up to date and accurate information on Tax Exemption, we recommend checking out your state’s department of commerce website or speaking with the tax professional who assists you with your business’s tax filings. If a search box is available on your state’s website, searching for “tax exempt” will often pull up the information you’re looking for.
Only your specific state can confirm whether your business may qualify and provide you with the necessary paperwork. Once you have that paperwork and an approved Tax Exempt status from your state, you may apply for exemption of tax collection on your Packlane orders.
After your status is verified by Packlane, it’s important to remember that tax exemption is declared on a per-order basis. It is solely your responsibility as the purchaser to make that declaration on your orders with us.
For example, you may make several exempt purchases of packaging for your business and then make an order for boxes for your child’s birthday party. In your state, that last purchase may not qualify for exemption, but it is up to you to un-check the tax-exempt button during checkout for that order and/or to declare that purchase on your sales/use tax filing.