Tiffany & Co. is required by law to charge state and local sales tax for orders shipped to states where it has a business presence. Sales tax will be automatically applied to your order based on based on applicable state and local sales tax laws and shipping destination.
The terms contained herein are subject to change as taxation regulations continue to evolve. Tiffany & Co. continuously monitors state and local tax laws to ensure compliance.
States Where Tiffany & Co. Collects Sales Taxes:
Applicable state and local sales taxes will be applied for deliveries within the following states: AL, AZ, CA, CO, CT, DC, FL, GA, HI, IA, IL, IN, KS, LA, MA, MD, ME, MI, MN, MO, MS, NC, NE, NJ, NV, NY, OH, OK, PA, RI, SC, SD, TN, TX, UT, VA, VT, WA, WI, WY
States Where Tiffany & Co. Does Not Collect Sales Taxes:
Tiffany & Co. does not collect sales and use taxes in all states. Your purchase may be subject to use tax unless it is specifically exempt from taxation. Your purchase is not exempt merely because it is made over the Internet, by catalog, or by other remote means. For any purchases that were not taxed, your state may require you to report and remit on a sales, use or individual income tax return. Forms and corresponding instructions may be found on your states website.
Special Sales Tax Notes:
Alabama Simplified Sellers Use Tax:
Tiffany & Co. is currently enrolled in the State of Alabama’s Simplified Sellers Use Tax Program (Account SSU-R009639277). This program, created under Statute 40-23-192, allows eligible sellers to participate in a program to collect, report and remit a flat eight percent (8%) sellers use tax on all sales made into Alabama. Tiffany & Co. collects Simplified Sellers Use Tax on all sales to Alabama customers and remits the tax on behalf of customers to the Alabama Department of Revenue.
Kentucky Sales Tax:
Tiffany & Co. is not required to and does not collect Kentucky sales or use tax. Your purchase may be subject to Kentucky use tax unless the purchase is exempt from taxation in Kentucky. Your purchase is not exempt merely because it is made over the Internet, by catalog, or by other remote means. The Commonwealth of Kentucky requires Kentucky purchasers to report all purchases of tangible personal property or digital property that are not taxed by the retailer and pay use tax on those purchases unless exempt under Kentucky law. The tax may be reported and paid on the Kentucky individual income tax return or by filing a consumer use tax return with the Kentucky Department of Revenue. These forms and corresponding instructions may be found on the Kentucky Department of Revenue's Internet Web site.