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Wyoming Sales Tax

23 June, 2017

Sales tax is defined as a tax paid to a governing body (either state or local) for the sale of goods or services.

If you would like to start business in Wyoming and sell taxable goods or services, you act as an agent to the state of Wyoming by collecting tax dollars from purchasers. Any tax collected belongs to the Wyoming Department of Revenue and it is your responsibility to manage that the collected taxes remain in compliance with the state laws to avoid penalty and interest payments.

Are you required by the Wyoming Department of Revenue to collect sales tax?

The sales tax is collected on the sale of tangible goods and some services. To find our whether you’re required to collect and file sales tax or not, simply answer the following questions:

  • Are you selling taxable goods or services to residents of Wyoming?
  • Do you have nexus in Wyoming?
  • Is your buyer required to pay sales tax?

If the answer to all of the questions is YES, then you must collect, file and remit sales tax in Wyoming.

Out-of-State Resale Certificates

Out-of-state resale certificates are accepted by the Wyoming Department of Revenue.

Destination-based State

Wyoming is a destination-based state. As a seller based in Wyoming, you’re responsible for applying the sales tax rate determined by the ship-to address.

Also, Wyoming is a member of the Streamlined Sales Tax (SST) Agreement.

You can find the latest sales tax rates here.


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