Which states currently require sales tax on SaaS products?
Will you be remitting taxes on my behalf?
Will my agency be charged sales tax for SharpSpring?
How much will you charge my business for sales tax?
Can I still decide how much to charge my clients
When will my agency receive payment each month?
Can I receive payment without setting up my bank account?
What if I currently roll the SharpSpring license fee into my client’s retainer?
What if I don't charge my clients for SharpSpring?
Can I bill my clients annually instead of monthly?
How does the agency margin work on the new digital advertising and remarketing platform?
Do my client’s payments go into SharpSpring’s bank account or serve to boost SharpSpring revenues?
Will my agency still be billed for client overages and add-ons? (Emails, contacts, Litmus, Shutterstock, etc.)
Will SharpSpring be talking directly with my clients?
Will my clients see what I pay for SharpSpring?
When will my clients get charged?
What will my clients see on their monthly statements?
What happens if my client’s payment fails?
What if my client will only take an invoice?
My clients have already paid me for a year – how can I avoid double charging them now?
My clients are not in the U.S. – will this still affect my billing process?
There is an invoice option available for select partners when needed. However, these requests will need to be submitted to the Support team and are considered on a case-by-case basis. Invoicing will only be available for current clients. You will be responsible for collecting the appropriate sales taxes from these clients.
We recommend moving your current clients into the new system. All partners will benefit from the agency margin protection, and additional revenue through the new ad platform.
How is Value-Added Tax (VAT) handled?
Can I bill my clients in my local currency?
Disclaimer: This document is not legal advice. It is only meant to provide general information on selected aspects of new state tax law. While this document addresses some legal aspects of the law, it is not intended to provide legal advice. SharpSpring recommends that you consult your attorney on how best to comply with state and federal tax law.