Is Shipping Taxable in Kansas?

by Mark Faggiano December 3, 2014

Shipping taxability Kansas

Last updated July 14, 2017

Anybody who sells online and has sales tax nexus in Kansas knows this state is already difficult to deal with. This destination-based state has over 900 taxing jurisdictions, meaning that filling out sales tax returns can get very difficult very quickly.

But what about sales tax on shipping? Does Kansas make that difficult, too?

Thankfully, not so much.

Sales Tax on Shipping in Kansas?

We investigated what the Kansas Department of Revenue had to say about sales tax on shipping in Kansas:

Shipping Taxable in Kansas

This seems straightforward enough. When an internet sale is made, “sales tax is due on the retail sale (including shipping and handling charges).”

Summary of Sales Tax on Shipping in Kansas

While Kansas can be a bugaboo for online sellers, shipping in this state is fairly easy. If you have sales tax nexus in Kansas and sell to a buyer in Kansas, then shipping and handling charges are taxable.

Do you have any questions or comments about the taxability of shipping in Kansas? Start the conversation in the comments!

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