Sales Tax, Use Tax, and State Notification Reporting Requirements:

List of States Where We Collect Sales Tax:

GA, IA, IL, IN, MA, MD, MI, MN, NC, NJ, NY, OH, OK, PA, VA, WA, WI. Sales tax will be added to all customer orders that are shipped to these states unless we have your signed tax exempt certificate document on file.

Sales and Use Tax for States in Which Sales Tax Was Not Charged on Your Order:

You are required by law to file a sales or use tax return reporting all purchases that are taxable in your given state for which no tax was collected by Mor Electric Heating, and pay the tax on those purchases. Purchases are not exempt from sales or use tax simply because it was ordered online or by any other remote means.

State Notification and Reporting Requirements:

More and more states are now requiring out of state businesses, that are not required to collect sales or use tax within the given state, to provide a transactional notice and an annual purchase summary report to purchasers (including both companies and individuals) AND to also provide an annual report of the gross yearly sales from these companies and individuals to the specific state in which the purchases were sent. Mor Electric Heating will be providing these required reports and notifications to purchasers and states in which Mor Electric Heating is bound by law to do so.


Due to the complexities of the 2018 Colorado Law/Sales Tax collection requirements for out of state retailers, we are no longer accepting orders with a Colorado shipping address. This includes phone orders. We are sorry for the inconvenience.
If you are a Colorado business eligible to make a non-taxable purchase and you have a valid sales tax exemption certificate to send us, please call and we will set your company up in our system to place phone or fax orders with no tax.

Prior to December 1, 2018: Here are the Colorado requirements that we had adhered to:

Mor Electric Heating is not required to, and does not, collect Colorado sales or use tax. Under Colorado law, purchases are not tax-exempt merely because they were made over the internet or because a seller is not required to collect Colorado tax. Colorado law requires Colorado purchasers to review untaxed purchases and, if any tax is owed, file a Colorado use tax return and pay any tax due. Visit for more information.

• If your total annual purchases with us are more than $500, we will send you an annual customer notification by January 31 of the following year that summarizes all of your purchases with us to help you file your Colorado use tax return.
• Please be aware that we are required to provide the Colorado Department of Revenue with an annual statement that will include your name, billing and shipping address, and the total dollar amount of your purchases. We will not provide any details about your purchases from us.

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