Tax jurisdiction

A tax jurisdiction is an area subject to its own tax regulations.

Registered jurisdictions refer to the locations where your business is registered to collect taxes and has a local tax number. This registration is independent of the countries or states where you sell your products or services.

To configure your registered tax jurisdictions into Quaderno:

  1. Go to jurisdictions page and add your local tax ID and registration dates.
  2. Make sure you check Permanent establishment when you also have physical presence there.

A tax jurisdiction can be a country, region, group of countries, province, state, city, county, district or any other area with a designated authority for tax purposes. For example:

  • In the United States, there are thousands of jurisdictions applying sales or use tax.
  • Each EU state has its own jurisdiction but they all share a common jurisdiction for VAT via the EU OSS / IOSS schemes.
  • In Canada, there's a federal jurisdiction and four provincial jurisdictions (Québec, British Columbia, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan).

🔎 You can read more about tax jurisdictions on our blog article.

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