The Indiana (IN) state sales tax rate is currently 7.0%.
Because of its single state tax rate, Indiana is one of the few states that does not require extensive maintenance. But there are numerous local levels of tax rates which must be monitored.
Amazon.com owns and operates several fulfillment centers in Indiana. This physical presence, or nexus, creates a sales tax obligation for Amazon and many sellers participating in Amazon’s Seller Central and Fulfillment By Amazon (FBA) programs.
All businesses selling tangible personal property in Indiana are required to register with Indiana using the Indiana INTax portal. As a Streamlined Sales Tax State, businesses may choose to use the national registration site.
How to Register
Businesses that have employees, engage in retail sales, rent or lease tangible personal property, or provide taxable services are required to register with the Indiana Department of Revenue. Additional information is available at the Indiana Secretary of State Business Services Online portal.
How to File and Pay
As of 2013, all Indiana businesses are required to register, file, and pay taxes online
For more information, see Getting Started with Sales Tax video.
Sales tax must be filed with the state on or before the 20th of each month, unless otherwise specified.