REVENUE AND TAXATION
63-3620E. collection of tax by marketplace facilitators. (1) A marketplace facilitator shall register with the state tax commission and collect, report, and pay state sales and use taxes on any retail sale facilitated by the marketplace facilitator. A marketplace facilitator shall not collect, report, or pay any local sales tax or any other tax or assessment that is not imposed by this chapter.
(2) A marketplace facilitator that has physical presence in this state but has not previously facilitated a retail sale in the state of Idaho shall have forty-five (45) days to comply with this section upon completion of the marketplace facilitator’s first facilitated retail sale in Idaho.
(3) A marketplace facilitator that does not have physical presence in this state must comply with this section once the combined total of its own sales and any sales it facilitates for retailers or authorized agents of the retailer exceeds one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000).
(4) A marketplace facilitator is not liable under this section for failure to file, collect, and remit sales and use taxes if the marketplace facilitator demonstrates that the error was due to incorrect or insufficient information given to the marketplace facilitator by the retailer or authorized agent of the retailer. This subsection shall not apply if the marketplace facilitator and the retailer or authorized agent of the retailer are related parties.
(5) No class action on behalf of customers may be brought against a marketplace facilitator in any court of this state that arises from or is in any way related to an overpayment of sales or use tax collected on sales facilitated by the marketplace facilitator, regardless of whether that claim is characterized as a tax refund claim. Nothing in this subsection affects a customer’s right to seek a refund as provided under section 63-3626, Idaho Code.
(6) The state tax commission may waive penalties and interest if a marketplace facilitator seeks liability relief and the state tax commission finds that a reasonable cause exists.
[63-3620E, added 2019, ch. 320, sec. 3, p. 950.]