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Question re: running co-ops with companies who require resale #


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When a hostess goes through a company that requires you to submit a resale # before ordering, wouldn't it become a problem for the hostess later? Say the hostess was ordering $1,000 worth of products for the co-op, he/she only keeps $75 worth of products for their own use, the company would turn in their resale information for their taxes, then wouldn't the hostess be responsible for that amount the co-op was for?

Just a little confused. Thanks!

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yep, but the only people that would be responsible for paying taxes in that situation would be those in the same state (or province). Otherwise it's just like any other sale out of state/province. hope that makes sense!

So you don't pay taxes on sales to out of state "customers?"

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No I'm pretty sure it works the same way down there as it does up here. In Canada if a person from a different province orders from me (whether or not it's a co-op, or just a regular customer) they dont pay our provincial taxes. So for you they wouldnt pay your state tax if they dont live in your state.

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