Effective immediately, the Oklahoma Tax Commission will NOT require a bond in order to issue a Direct Wine Shipper (Tax) Permit for out-of-state direct wine shippers. Additionally, the Commission confirmed that registration with the Oklahoma Secretary of State is not a requirement for obtaining a Direct Wine Shipper (Tax) permit and Vendor Use Tax Permit. […]Read More
This information is intended for winegrower licensees only.
As a result of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair, the District of Columbia has passed legislation requiring some remote sellers, including wineries, without a physical presence in D.C. to start collecting and remitting the 10.25% sales tax. Prior to this, only wineries located in D.C. were required to do so. […]Read More
Wine Institute has received clarification regarding the tax requirements, registration and reporting process for direct-to-consumer wine shipping in Oklahoma. A winery must obtain a Direct Wine Shippers Permit from the ABLE Commission before registering with the Oklahoma Tax Commission to pay use tax and excise tax on wine shipped directly to Oklahoma consumers and should not apply online for […]Read More