Do You Need a Seller’s Permit in Nevada?
If your business sells “tangible personal property”—anything from toys to road vehicles—in the state of Nevada, you must have a Sales/Use Tax permit in order to be compliant with the Department of Taxation. This applies to businesses that enter the state to conduct transactions as well as those with a physical storefront in Nevada. Retail and wholesale businesses are both subject to this requirement.
Each place of business must have a separate Sales/Use Tax permit. If there is a change of address or a new owner takes over, the business must obtain a brand-new permit. Note that charitable or religious organizations are often exempt from this requirement.
Certain types of tangible property are not subject to sales tax, such as motor vehicle fuels, unprepared food, newspapers, and fertilizer, as well as products sold to state government organizations.