The New Jersey Division of Taxation has updated FAQs regarding remote sellers. A remote seller who sells through its own website and marketplaces is required to count both marketplace and other sales when calculating the economic threshold. The remote seller isn’t required to collect sales tax on the sale of tangible personal property, digital products or services delivered into New Jersey when sold through a marketplace, because the law requires the marketplace facilitator to collect sales tax on all marketplace transactions. Click here to read more. © 2019

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“New Jersey Sales Tax Remote Sellers Frequently Asked Questions.” NJ Division of Taxation – Sales and Use Tax Frequently Asked Questions for Remote Sellers. February 20, 2019. Accessed March 14, 2019.