You can determine if your business must collect taxes in a location (country or state). A location’s rules and thresholds are applicable to your business if it has transactions in that location. Your business might need to register to collect taxes in a location depending on the rules and thresholds of the location.
For example, if your business is located in Canada but its total revenue threshold is crossed in Australia, then you must register to collect taxes in Australia. Note that different rules and thresholds may apply from where your business is located.
The following is a list of locations supported by Stripe Tax and their tax rules and thresholds:
Canada defines a federal threshold rule that governs registration obligations for the collection of GST/HST. Also, each province with a province-specific sales tax (PST, RST, or QST) define their own registration obligations rules.
A non-resident business supplying goods and services in Canada must register for federal GST/HST when they make sales in Canada exceeding 30,000 CAD within the past four calendar quarters.
Threshold: 30,000 CAD (global)
Time frame: Last four quarters.
Included transactions: Any taxable transaction.