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Tax Information for LA, OK, RI, VT, and WA Residents

Louisiana Residents: Biblesinbulk.com does not collect and remit sales/use tax to the state of Louisiana because it does not have a store or other physical presence in Louisiana. This does not remove the obligation of Louisiana residents to report and pay any applicable sales/use taxes due to the state of Louisiana on their individual income tax return. The state of Louisiana does not exempt from taxes purchases made over the internet, by a catalog, or by other remote means.


Oklahoma Residents: Oklahoma law requires notice of certain tax obligations. Sales or use tax is not collected in connection with your purchase. However, sales or use tax may be due in connection with the purchase and delivery of tangible personal property. Oklahoma requires the purchaser to file a return if use tax is due in connection with the purchase and delivery of tangible personal property. The purchaser may be required to remit use tax directly to the Oklahoma Tax Commission. The Oklahoma Tax Commission maintains a website at https://www.ok.gov/tax/ and you may obtain additional information from the Oklahoma Tax Commission regarding whether and how to remit use tax.


Rhode Island Residents: This web site does not collect and remit sales/use tax to the state of Rhode Island because it does not have a store or other physical presence in Rhode Island. This does not remove the obligation of Rhode Island residents to report and pay any applicable sales/use taxes due to the state of Rhode Island which requires its residents to file a sales or use tax return.

Vermont Residents: Biblesinbulk.com does not collect and remit sales/use tax to the state of Vermont because it does not have a store or other physical presence in Vermont. This does not remove the obligation of Vermont residents to report and pay any applicable sales/use taxes due to the state of Vermont on their individual income tax return.

Washington Residents: This web site does not collect and remit sales/use tax to the state of Washington because it does not have a store or other physical presence in Washington. This does not remove the obligation of Washington residents to report and pay any applicable sales/use taxes due to the state of Washington. The Washington State Department of Revenue provides further instructions on whether and how to remit sales/use taxes.