Taxation Of Electronic Commerce In Wyoming

Use tax is imposed upon goods purchased tax-free outside Wyoming. Any person making tax-free purchases in another state and bringing those goods into Wyoming is liable to pay use tax, regardless of whether that good or service entered the state electronically or physically. Every licensed vendor and consumer in Wyoming has a duty to report their tax-free purchases, whether they were made via the Internet or by other customary means, and remit the use tax due. Wyoming also levies a 4% general sales or use tax on consumers, which incidentally is below the national median of 5%.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

What are the tax obligations of Purchasers in Wyoming?
What is the sales and use tax liability for an out-of-state retailer?
What is the bracket system adopted in Wyoming for calculating sales and use tax?


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