Depending on your local tax requirements, you may need to charge sales tax on items being sold in your Pixieset Store.
Important: This article is available as a resource, and should not be relied upon in any way as legal or accounting advice. Pixieset does not provide advice regarding laws applicable to your business. If you have questions about collecting taxes, you should consult with a tax advisor.
On this page:
- Automated sales tax (US only)
- Manual tax rates
- How much tax do I have to collect?
- Tax reporting and breakdown
Automated sales tax (US only)
We’ve partnered with TaxJar to provide automatic tax calculations for your Pixieset store. Using your business location and your clients’ shipping addresses, we will charge the correct state, county, and district taxes for each order automatically using the latest up-to-date tax rates provided by TaxJar. Simply turn it on and all the calculations will be handled for you. If you’re located in the US, this is the recommended method to collect taxes from your clients.
Manual tax rates
If you are located outside of the US, or you would prefer to set up your own tax rates, you can use the manual tax rate system, which allows you to enter tax rates on a Country and State level. Tax rates are then calculated based on the customer's shipping address entered on checkout. This option gives you complete control over the tax rates charged on your orders.
How much tax do I have to collect?
Pixieset does not provide advice regarding laws applicable to your business. If you have questions about collecting taxes, you should consult with a tax advisor.
Tax reporting and breakdown
You can see the breakdown of the Sales Tax calculated on your client’s Order through your Store Dashboard by going to Store > Orders, clicking View next to the Order in question, and then clicking Tax.
When it’s time to report your taxes, you’ll find a full report of what you’ve collected under Tax Report.
If you’re looking to obtain tax information for your Studio Manager invoice payments, we have a handy guide on this here.