Press release

TaxCloud Approved by Pennsylvania as a Certified Provider for Online Retailers to Help Them Comply with the New Sales Tax Landscape

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Starting July 1st, 2019, the Pennsylvania
Department of Revenue
will start working with Certified Service
Providers (CSP’s) to make it easier for out of state individuals and
businesses with sales tax collection obligations in Pennsylvania. Remote
sellers who do not have a physical presence in Pennsylvania can
outsource most of their sales tax administration responsibilities to a

TaxCloud, the leading CSP for the Streamlined States, can file sales tax
returns and collect & forward tax payments to the Pennsylvania
Department of Revenue on behalf of its clients. TaxCloud can also help
internet sellers determine which products are subject to Pennsylvania
sales tax and relieve the seller of certain liabilities upon audit.
TaxCloud is also excited to announce that as of July 1, 2019, The
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania will become our 25th TaxCloud member state.
This means that all TaxCloud retailers using our Automated Compliance
service option will get our sales tax compliance services for sales into
Pennsylvania at no cost. Automated Compliance for sales into the
TaxCloud Member States includes registration, reporting, tax remittance,
and audit response, all at no charge for our customers.

Retailers sign up with TaxCloud in just minutes by registering at
and by following step-by-step video tutorials. TaxCloud is integrated
with many of the popular shopping carts and marketplaces including
Amazon, Etsy, Shopify, and Bonanza. Additionally, TaxCloud can be found
within the Amazon Marketplace Appstore and Etsy Shop Manager.

As a Certified Service Provider (CSP) under the Streamlined
Sales and Use Tax Agreement
(a crucial component of the Wayfair
ruling), TaxCloud handles all aspects of sales and use tax compliance
for retailers, including:

  • Initial sales tax license registration in 25 member states
  • Sales tax calculation at the time of sale, accounting for all
    applicable state, county, city, and special jurisdictions
  • Tax calculations based upon the class of goods being sold to account
    for product-based exemptions
  • Exemption certificate management to account for use-based or
    entity-based exemptions
  • Regular sales tax reporting, filing, and remittance of tax proceeds
  • Tax correspondence with the states (including audit inquiries)