Our modern sales tax system will help you meet the complex challenges of complying with the law

Collecting sales tax and preventing sales tax liability has become an important part of event ownership. RunSignup’s sales tax system is composed of three key components:

We have lots of documentation

Love the details? We have a variety of resources to help you with our understanding of the state sales tax implications for selling registrations and related items on our site for your organization including:

RunSignup Taxability Matrix - Shows which states are Marketplace or non-Marketplace, as well as our understanding of the taxability for race fees, add-on items, memberships, ticket events and nonprofit seller exemption availability by state.

RunSignup Sales Tax Policies - This reviews the background on sales tax, our obligations and event obligations.

Marketplace State Collection and Reporting - This reviews how RunSignup complies with the marketplace laws in those states (38 and growing) by filing one consolidated sales tax return for all of our customers within a given marketplace state. This unburdens event organizers from the tedious details of sales tax compliance and reporting for their race.

Marketplace Setup - This reviews how nonprofits and others can set up their seller’s exemption in states where they exist, as well as set up and specify taxable items.

Non-Marketplace State Collection and Reporting - This reviews how RunSignup helps events in non-marketplace states by collecting and remitting sales tax funds directly to your organization. We also provide informational reporting to help you file your sales tax returns in your state(s).

Non-Marketplace Setup - This reviews how nonprofits and others can set up their seller’s exemptions in states where they exist as well as specify taxable items.

Detailed Sales Tax Implementation - This digs into the deep technical implementation of our Sales Tax system.

Sales Tax Release Q&A - We had dozens of questions on our Sales Tax Webinar, and we know that there will be many more to come. To help, we have compiled answers to all of the questions here.

Sales Tax FAQ for Event Organizers

Sales Tax FAQ for Participants

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