WHAT IS A MARKETPLACE FACILITATOR?
A Marketplace Facilitator is a marketplace that contracts with third-party sellers/merchants to promote their sale of physical property, digital goods, and services through the marketplace. As a result, PropertyRoom.com is deemed to be a marketplace facilitator for third-party sales facilitated through www.PropertyRoom.com.
Marketplace Facilitator legislation is a set of laws that shifts the sales tax collection and remittance obligations from a third-party seller to the marketplace facilitator. As the marketplace facilitator, PropertyRoom.com will now be responsible to calculate, collect, and remit tax on sales sold by third-party sellers for transactions destined to states where Marketplace Facilitator and/or Marketplace collection legislation is enacted. In certain states, local taxes are not included within Marketplace Facilitator Legislation; PropertyRoom.com is not responsible for remittance for those taxes.
Marketplace Facilitator legislation is currently in effect in the following states:
Marketplace Facilitator Legislation
For a list of jurisdictions/municipalities that have enacted marketplace collection, visit the following link: https://arsstc.org
District of Columbia
For more information, contact the Florida Department of Revenue (https://floridarevenue.com/)
For more information, contact the Georgia Department of Revenue (https://dor.georgia.gov)
For more information, contact the Indiana Department of Revenue(https://www.in.gov/dor/)
For more information, contact the Kansas Department of Revenue (https://www.ksrevenue.org/)
For more information, contact the Louisiana Department of Revenue (https://revenue.louisiana.gov/).
For more information, contact the Michigan Department of Treasury (https://www.michigan.gov/treasury/)
For more information, contact the Mississippi Department of Revenue (https://www.dor.ms.gov/Business/Pages/Sales-Use-Tax-landing.aspx)
For more information, contact the Nebraska Department of Revenue (https://www.revenue.nebraska.gov/index.html)
For more information, contact the Nevada Department of Taxation (https://tax.nv.gov/)
For more information, contact the New York Department of Taxation and Finance (https://www.tax.ny.gov/default.htm).
For more information, contact the North Carolina Department of Revenue (https://www.ncdor.gov/).
For more information, contact the Ohio Department of Tax Commission (https://www.tax.ohio.gov/).
For more information, contact the Oklahoma Tax Commission (https://www.ok.gov/tax).
For more information, contact the South Carolina Department of Revenue (https://dor.sc.gov/)
For more information, contact the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts (https://comptroller.texas.gov/)
For more information, contact the Vermont Department of Taxes (https://tax.vermont.gov/).
For more information, contact the Wisconsin Department of Revenue (https://www.revenue.wi.gov/pages/home.aspx).