Once terms are set up by our accounting department, you can call, fax, or order online.
Call Customer Service at 800.531.5209 to request a credit application or simply click the Corporate Credit Account Application Link to the right.
DO I OWE SALES TAX ON MY PURCHASE?
Your order may be subject to local sales or use tax depending on the state to which your brownie gifts are being shipped.
Fairytale Brownies is not required to and does not collect sales or use taxes in all states. We currently collect tax only in the following states:
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*Arizona billing addresses are taxed on the entire order. Shipments to Arizona are also taxed even if the order originates from a different state. The remaining states listed are only taxed if the gift is shipped to that state.
For all other states imposing sales or use taxes, your brownie purchase is subject to use tax unless it is specifically exempt from taxation as food. Your purchase is not exempt merely because it is made over the Internet or by other remote means. Most states require purchasers to file a sales and use tax return at the end of the year. Details on how to file these returns and pay tax on your purchase may be found at the website of your respective taxing authorities.
In addition, the states of Colorado, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island require us to provide the following additional information:
For Colorado purchasers, the tax may be reported and paid on the Colorado consumer use tax form. Details of how to file this return may be found at the Colorado Department of Revenue's website.
For Oklahoma purchasers, the tax may be reported and paid on the Oklahoma consumer use tax return. The referenced forms and corresponding instructions are available on the Oklahoma Tax Commissioner’s website.
For Pennsylvania purchasers, the tax may be reported and paid on the Pennsylvania consumer use tax form. Details of how to file this return may be found at the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue’s website.
For Rhode Island purchasers, the tax may be reported and paid on the Rhode Island consumer use tax form. Details of how to file this return may be found at the Rhode Island Division of Taxation’s website.