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Stripe Users Get Access to TaxCloud

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Stripe Users Get Access to TaxCloud

Sellers and platforms that use Stripe to process payments can now access TaxCloud through a new integration, helping merchants comply with sales tax requirements.

Press release follows:

Today TaxCloud, a leading online sales tax compliance service for online retailers, announced that users of Stripe’s payments platform can now connect to TaxCloud to easily manage their U.S. sales tax obligations. This announcement comes as many more online retailers find themselves having to collect sales tax in additional states since the Supreme Court issued its opinion in South Dakota v. Wayfair in June 2018.

TaxCloud provides a powerful sales tax API, wrapped by an easy-to-use, self-service Cloud platform. While the TaxCloud website empowers retailers of any size to get started collecting sales tax in any state (or all states) in minutes, the TaxCloud API delivers real-time and batch process sales tax calculations for any address in the U.S., as well as automated registration, filing & remittance services, audit response and indemnification to its clients. Similar integrations with the Amazon Marketplace, Etsy, Shopify, Bonanza, QuickBooks Online, WooCommerce and eBay have been announced by TaxCloud over the past 14 months.

“TaxCloud is delighted to support retailers’ ability to be compliant with the changing sales tax landscape in the U.S. by integrating with leading eCommerce platforms”, said TaxCloud CEO David Campbell. He added, “The payments process is the most logical place for sales tax services like TaxCloud’s to operate and this integration with Stripe is an important first step to achieving that vision.”

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More information on the integration can be found at https://taxcloud.com/stripe. Archived press releases can be found at https://taxcloud.com/about/press.

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