State Resale Number
* It’s important to note that your resale certificate is NOT the same thing as your Tax ID number. This resale certificate is needed by us to sell you products without charging you tax. Scroll down for instructions on how to submit your resale certificate to us.
Resale numbers (name varies by state, but this is the number your company uses when they submit sales tax to their individual state) are issued by state governments. Typically, you apply for a number from your state’s tax agency, which issues you a resale license, permit, or certificate bearing the number. Then, when you make purchases that aren’t subject to sales tax, you provide the merchant with your license or certificate number.
It’s important to understand that a resale number only entitles you to avoid sales tax for items that you will resell to customers. When you buy items for use in your own business, such as office or cleaning supplies, you are the end-user, and thus you are responsible for paying sales tax.
Having a Resale Certificate exempts a Wholesale customers from paying Sales Tax on their orders. Without this certificate on file, Wholesalers will be charged sales tax on all orders via the website.
Please have this certificate uploaded to our website as soon as possible.
How to find and upload your Resale Certificate:
- Click on the Docu-Sign link for your state in the table below.
- Fill out the form and click submit. Your resale certificate is now submitted to us. We will contact you via email when you are ready to start placing an order, or if you’d like to place an order now, please follow step three.
- IF YOU ARE TRYING TO PLACE AN ORDER RIGHT NOW AND NEED YOUR RESALE CERTIFICATE TO CHECK OUT, download the Docu-Sign document to your computer, then upload the document on the checkout page when prompted. You should be able to check out once your have uploaded your certificate.
- If you have any questions, please contact your sales representative.
|State||Link to Docu-Sign Form|
|Alaska||Sales-Tax Free State|
|District of Columbia||Click Here|
|Deleware||Sales-Tax Free State|
|Louisiana||CLICK HERE to reach out to the state to get your resale certificate.|
|Montana||Sales-Tax Free State|
|North Carolina||Click Here|
|North Dakota||Click Here|
|New Hampshire||Sales-Tax Free State|
|New Jersey||Click Here|
|New Mexico||Click Here|
|New York||Click Here|
|Oregon||Sales-Tax Free State|
|Rhode Island||Click Here|
|South Carolina||Click Here|
|South Dakota||Click Here|
|West Virginia||Click Here|
Tax ID Numbers
An Employer Identification Number (EIN) is also known as a Federal Tax Identification Number and is used to identify a business entity. Every business must have a Taxpayer Identification Number, which it uses not only when paying its own taxes, but also when withholding income and payroll taxes from workers’ pay and forwarding them to the government.