Sales tax and your Calendly subscription

Beginning January 5th, 2021, Calendly will be required by law to collect sales tax for members' paid subscriptions in certain states:

  • Arizona

  • Connecticut

  • District of Columbia

  • Hawaii

  • Iowa

  • Maryland
  • Massachusetts

  • New Mexico

  • New York

  • Ohio

  • Pennsylvania

  • Rhode Island

  • South Carolina

  • South Dakota

  • Tennessee

  • Texas

  • Utah

  • Washington

  • West Virginia

If your state is not currently listed, then you will not need to provide sales tax documentation and will not be charged sales tax. As state requirements or eligibility rules change, more states may require Calendly to collect sales tax.

At that time, you may be asked to provide your billing ZIP code when you log into Calendly so that state sales tax can be calculated. If you don’t provide your ZIP code at that time, you can add it at any time on your Calendly Billing page. 

 

If you’re exempt from sales tax

Beginning December 21st, 2020, you can submit tax-exempt documentation during the checkout process when you upgrade your subscription for the first time. If you become tax-exempt at a later date, you can also submit documentation after you’ve upgraded via your billing page. See How to submit documentation for sales tax exemption.

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