Sales & Use Tax information

Last Updated: 25-Jul-2017 6:20:29 am


All Things Embroidered recognizes that sales tax is a very important source of funding for most state and local governments. We have prepared this sales & use tax policy to explain to you when and why we collect sales tax on your purchases.


IMPORTANT NOTICE: Your purchase is NOT exempt from tax because All Things Embroidered has elected not to collect the tax from you at the time of your purchase. Unless you live in Alaska, Delaware, Montana, New Hampshire or Oregon, your state most likely requires purchasers to report all purchases that are not taxed and pay tax on those purchases. The tax may be reported and paid on your individual income tax return or by filing a consumer use tax return. For more information, please visit your state's department of revenue or state tax commission website.


All Things Embroidered collects sales tax in states where we have a physical presence or nexus. As of 22 Sep 2018, All Things Embroidered operates exclusively in the state of Oklahoma and only collects sales tax from purchases that are shipped within Oklahoma. Sales tax is calculated by the final shipping address.


All Things Embroidered DOES NOT collect and remit sales tax for any state except Oklahoma because we are not required to do so. You, as an individual, may be required by your state to report your uncollected sales / use tax from purchases made outside of your state on your state annual tax returns. Tax laws vary by state. Check with a tax professional for more information regarding the collection & remittance of sales / use tax in your state.


FOR TAX EXEMPT CUSTOMERS: All Things Embroidered DOES NOT COLLECT SALES TAX if we have your exemption certificate on file or you are shipping your order to a state that does not collect sales tax.


All Things Embroidered does not add additional sales tax for shipping / delivery charges for orders shipped to customers in Oklahoma. All Things Embroidered does not include shipping / delivery charges with the selling price of our products therefore we do not need to collect & remit sales tax for such. Per section 710:65-19-70 paragraph (c) of the Oklahoma Tax Commission Sales & Use Tax guidelines found at https://www.ok.gov/tax/documents/rule6509.pdf.