Note: it’s your responsibility to consult with local tax authorities or a tax professional to verify that you charge your customers the correct tax rates, and to ensure you file and remit your taxes correctly.
On the Jurisdictions page, you can add all the jurisdictions where you are registered to collect taxes.
Before adding a tax jurisdiction, please review the following:
- Make sure you are registered with the tax authorities in the given jurisdiction. If you’re not sure, we’d recommend checking with your accountant. For example, in the US, you are generally registered in a state if you have a sales tax permit in that state.
- Check when your tax registration comes into effect.
When you’re ready to add a new tax jurisdiction in Quaderno so that you can start collecting local tax on sales there, just complete the following form:
- Jurisdiction: Select the state, province, country, or group of countries you’d like to add.
- Tax ID: Add your tax ID for the given jurisdiction. Usually this is the sales tax permit number, VAT number, GST number etc. This tax ID will appear on all your invoices and receipts to customers in that jurisdiction.
- Valid from: Select the date you’d like to start collecting tax in that jurisdiction. This is usually the date when your tax ID comes into effect.
- Valid until: If you know you will only be registered in a jurisdiction for a limited amount of time, you can select a “valid until” date. Otherwise, leave this field blank.
That’s it. Quaderno will start applying tax on your sales in the jurisdiction and you’ll see reports for the tax you’re collecting too.