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[Master Article] [For Everyone] How To: Set Up Taxes

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As a member of Art Storefronts, you may find it necessary to set up taxes when a customer purchases from you. For information regarding what your tax laws and regulations are you will need to reach out to a CPA in your area or the local tax office. Art Storefronts employees will not be able to assist you with understanding your tax laws or knowing which laws apply to you.

 

If you encounter any issues with the information below or encounter difficulties setting up the tax methods on your website, please e-mail cs@artstorefronts.com. One of our Technical Support Agents will reach out to you as soon as possible.

 

The first option that any user on the Art Storefronts platform can look at is setting up taxes for an entire country. This may prove useful if you live in a country that requires taxes for any state or province in that country.

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    ASF also allows you the ability to set up tax labels for specific countries. These are sometimes called VAT.

You'll want to start with this article giving you an overview of how taxes on your ASF site work and all the information you'll need to figure out what taxes you'll need to charge!

 The first option that any user on the Art Storefronts platform can look at setting up taxes for an entire country. This may prove useful if you live in a country that requires taxes for any state or province in that country.

ASF also allows you the ability to set up tax labels for specific countries. These are sometimes called VAT.

The next option for taxes is to set them up on either a State by state or province by province basis, or based on Zip Codes. This will much likely be more common for users in the United States and Canada.

Finally, you do have the option to set your customers to be Tax Exempt. This comes in handy if customers are purchasing for non-profit organizations or other reasons.

 

Once you've set up your taxes you may want to move on to working on your shipping methods. If you'd like to learn more about shipping, please take a look at our article [Master Article] [For Everyone] How To: Set Up Shipping

 

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