A1 American has made some changes that will go into effect 1-1-2021 to be in compliance with sales tax rules below.


The U.S. Supreme Court issued its opinion in South Dakota v. Wayfair, a landmark sales and use tax nexus case that has raised concerns for many online sellers and multi-state businesses. The Court ruled that a state can require an out-of-state seller to collect sales tax on sales to customers in that state, even though the seller lacks an in-state physical presence.


As outlined above, we are required to charge sales tax on shipments into states in which we have tax reporting requirements. The taxing jurisdiction is determined based on the ship to address where the goods are delivered, including drop shipping on behalf of an out of state business. Below you will find a list of States where we will be collecting sales from as 1-1-2021.


If you have a sales tax exemption certificate, please send this certificate to us to avoid sales tax being added to your invoices.






Below are states that we will not be collecting sales tax on at this time:




Alabama Arizona California Colorado Connecticut
District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii
Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maryland
Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota

Mississippi Nebraska Nevada New Jersey New Mexico New York
North Carolina Ohio Oklahoma Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina Tennessee Texas
Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming




Arkansas Maine Missouri North Dakota
South Dakota






Alaska Delaware Montana
New Hampshire Oregon



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