Stop paying Sales & Use Tax on the freight charges associated with your FF&E!!!
In over half of the states in the U.S., when you pay your FF&E vendors for the freight charges, you’re required to pay a Sales & Use tax on those freight charges. An annual FF&E freight spend of $2m translates into a Sales & Use tax expense of up to $160k.
What if you could eliminate that six figure expense? It turns out that if you pay a 3rd party (someone other than the FF&E vendor) for the freight charges, the freight charges are not taxable.
If you’re interested in reducing costs on your new store and remodel projects, contact SolSource Logistics to learn which states this applies to and to receive a copy of the sales & use tax laws, as they pertain to freight charges, for those specific states.