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- May 2, 2012
I know that there has been some discussion on the supreme court decision about out-of-state sales tax. However, I haven't seen anyone post about any state actually taking action on individual sellers yet. Well today we received an email from California. The hilarious part is that , as per usual, the government does a shit job in completing it's set out task. While we do have many large businesses with technical nexus in CA (by their definition), the business they emailed has actually been out of business for years now and hasn't sold anything in years. HA. That's why they never received a response back, it doesn't exist at that address (or anywhere) anymore.
Here is the email.
Here is the email.
Anyone else get something like this or the actual letter they sent?Dear seller,
The California Department of Tax and Fee Administration (CDTFA) has received information that you have inventory that is stored in warehouses or fulfillment centers in California. As such, you meet the definition of a retailer engaged in business in California per Revenue and Taxation Code section 6203. You are therefore required to register with the CDTFA, file sales and use tax returns, and pay tax on sales made to consumers in California.
Please see the attached letter which was mailed to your attention effective December 13, 2018. We have not received a response to date. We are requesting that you review the attached letter and either respond in writing or by completing the registration confirmation by following the directions on the letter. You may also email your registration number by replying to this email.
Please respond as soon as possible. You may contact the CDTFA Out-of-State Office directly at (916) 227-6600, or respond to this email at CANexus@cdtfa.ca.gov.
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