Amazon.com now charging sales tax in Wisconsin

November 4, 2013 by
Filed under: News 

amazonHave you purchased anything from Amazon the past few days?  Did you notice that they are now collecting sales tax for Wisconsin?

The online retailer is opening a distribution facility in Kenosha which gives Amazon a physical presence in the state.  Under the law, the state required Amazon to start collecting the taxes.

The new 5-percent tax on Amazon is expected to add about $30 million a year to Wisconsin’s state revenue.

For more information on the change, click here.

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2 Comments on Amazon.com now charging sales tax in Wisconsin

  1. Jo on Mon, 4th Nov 2013 7:51 am
  2. I did notice that last night. I also noticed they increased the amount you need to spend to get free shipping to $35.

  3. The Bargain Sleuth on Mon, 4th Nov 2013 9:46 am
  4. Amazon made the shipping threshold change in Mid-October. We’ve been mentioning the $35 limit on all our posts since then.

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