Stripe now includes TaxJar. From Stripe’s website:
SAN FRANCISCO — Stripe, a global technology company that builds economic infrastructure for the internet, today announced that it has entered into an agreement to acquire TaxJar, a leading provider of sales tax software for internet businesses.
Local sales taxes applicable to online commerce have proliferated in recent years, with more than 11,000 different sales tax jurisdictions in the United States alone. For internet businesses, accurately tracking, calculating, reporting, and filing taxes is a large and growing burden. Indeed, one of the top requests from Stripe’s users over the past five years has been for assistance in navigating sales tax.
“There’s a reason TaxJar has been a top choice for businesses: their software tools make it incredibly easy to handle sales tax,” said Dhivya Suryadevara, Stripe’s CFO. “With TaxJar, we will help millions of internet businesses running on Stripe with their sales tax and make it easier for them to sell internationally. And as a CFO, I’m delighted to welcome so many new colleagues who care deeply about taxes!””