As you know, we would have been at Anthrocon this weekend and like many furries, we are sad not to be there. So, we’re running a sale!
Save 10% off all weekend on all orders by using the coupon code july2020 at checkout. This code is valid through Monday, July 6th.
A good place to start is our newest additions to the store here: https://furplanet.com/shop/category.aspx?catid=171
I saw someone on Twitter asking @DenFurCo about what tax forms they needed in order to sell at their con. Being a first year con, the dealer app did not include this info. Since I’d been a dealer at Rocky Mountain FurCon for several years before it closed down I figured I’d share some info.
Firstly, since the convention is located in Denver, you’ll need a form for Denver Sales Tax as well as a form for Colorado sales tax. This is because Denver is a “home rule” city and collects its own sales tax. The last time we sold there, the sales tax was 7.62% total.
Denver: the form you’ll need is the Denver Sales Tax Special Event Application/Registration, form 571. This form is here and there is a $5 license fee. The last time I did this, Denver does not mail you a license. Your only proof is your cancelled check. The form itself has a tax return at the bottom that you’ll have to fill out and mail after the convention. More info here: https://www.denvergov.org/content/denvergov/en/treasury-division/business-taxes/special-event-tax-information.html
Colorado: You’ll need to fill out the Vendor Special Event License Application for Single or Multiple Events. The filing fee for this form is $8 for a single event. The link is here. You can file and pay your Colorado sales tax online at https://www.colorado.gov/revenueonline/_/
NOTE: We are based in Texas so our perspective is that of an out of state vendor. These requirements may differ if you are local or already have a Colorado sales tax ID.
I hope this info helps. Good luck fellow DenFur dealers and artists!
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