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Seller/Wholesale License in 5 Minutes.
(Also Known As A Sales And Use Tax Permit, resale certificate, Resale License, Seller’s Permit, Etc.)
An MI wholesale license has tremendous benefits:
✓ Satisfy state rules/requirements for selling items.
✓ Required for any business in MI selling tangible goods.
✓ Avoid paying sales tax on
✓ Qualify for wholesale discount pricing.
Starting at $69.95
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Michigan has been traditionally associated with the “Big Three” auto industry centered in Detroit, but there’s a lot more going on in the Great Lakes State. Its economy is quite diverse, with a large number of employers in the IT, aerospace, furniture, military equipment, and food production industries. This can be a good place to set up a business—but if that’s what you’re planning to do, you must make sure to get all the licenses and permits that the law requires. Among these licenses is a seller’s permit, which is necessary to collect sales tax on retail transactions in the state of Michigan.
This type of permit also goes by several other names, such as resale license, sales tax permit, sales and use tax permit, wholesale license, and reseller permit. In Michigan, it is officially called a sales tax license. By law, most businesses operating in the state must have one of these licenses to conduct sales transactions legally. If you’re not certain how to go about obtaining a permit, your worries are over—FastFilings has the easiest online ordering system on the internet.
Who Needs a Wholesale License in Michigan?
Under state law, the requirement to hold a Michigan wholesale license (or seller’s permit) applies to “individuals or businesses that sell tangible personal property to the final consumer.” Wholesale businesses are exempt from this requirement because they sell to retailers or other wholesalers rather than end users.
As of October 1, 2015, out-of-state sellers with a sales tax nexus in the state—as defined by the General Sales Tax Act (MCL 205.52b) and Use Tax Act (MCL 205.95a)—are also required to apply for a seller’s permit in Michigan.
Seller’s Permit Vs. Resale Certificate in MI
It should be understood that the kind of permit described in the sections above is not the same as a Michigan resale certificate. So what’s the difference? A resale certificate in Michigan—officially called a Sales and Use Tax Certificate of Exemption—allows a buyer to purchase retail goods tax-free provided that these items are intended for later resale. It is filled out by the purchaser and given to the seller at the time of the initial transaction.
How to Get a Michigan Seller’s Permit for Your Business
FastFilings takes the fuss out of getting your Michigan seller’s permit. With our online ordering form, you can request your sales tax license in only a matter of minutes. To begin, get the following information ready:
- Name of the business
- Business address and phone number
- Type of business entity
- Social Security number
- Driver license number of the owner or an officer
- Projected monthly sales