Save The Tax – B&H Payboo Card for Internet Sales Tax

Nearly one year ago, the Supreme Court ruled that out-of-state retailers must collect sales tax on internet sales. This, of course, included B&H. So now B&H has implemented a way to eliminate the impact this ruling would have on their customers.

If you're dabbling in the camera world, sales tax on equipment that costs several thousands of dollars is hefty add-on. That's why many people chose to buy over the Internet instead of from local retail. With the new Internet Sales Tax rulings, it would be worth taking a look at the new B&H Payboo Card..

Frequently Asked Questions
How does the Payboo Card benefit really work?
When you pay for B&H purchases with the Payboo Credit Card, B&H will charge the total of merchandise plus applicable fees and taxes; but we instantly issue and apply a reward on orders made in our SuperStore or shipped to eligible states right in checkout as a form of customer payment. Then, the amount charged to the Payboo Card is net of the benefit applied.

Am I paying sales tax on my purchase? Do I need to submit anything in my tax filings?
B&H will collect and remit state sales tax in accordance with state sales tax laws and regulations. So, customers do pay required sales tax and do not need to keep track or file anything separately.

Is there any limit or cap on the total amount of Payboo Card savings?
No. B&H will issue Payboo Card Savings rewards without any upper limit.

There's a lot more FAQ's available, and if you're interested in learning more about the new Payboo Card from B&H, you can read more about it by visiting the Payboo Card page (click here).

3 thoughts on “Save The Tax – B&H Payboo Card for Internet Sales Tax

  1. VanWeddings

    Thank you for sharing. Wish they'd have a solution for international customers who ship to a US address. As of now it's impossible to apply for the card without being American.

  2. MarcB.

    I appreciated that B & H were among the last hold-outs who avoided charging taxes on out-of-state sales. This is a clever work-around for those not using revolving credit.

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