Become a Reseller
Complete the Reseller Application to become an Ingram Micro Reseller
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Acceptable Proof of Reseller Tax Exemption
IMPORTANT: To establish and maintain your account, you will need to provide acceptable proof of tax exemption for each state where you are located and registered and that you update your certificate(s) on a periodic basis in accordance with state laws and/or Ingram Micro policy. Our Resale Tax Department will notify you by mail when an updated certificate is required. Failure to provide updated tax exemption information may result in delayed shipments, rejection of orders, and/or closure of your account. Orders that are drop shipped may be subject to sales tax if you have not provided Ingram Micro with acceptable proof of tax exemption for the ship to location.
Completing the Uniform Sales and Use Tax Certificate - Multijurisdiction Form (USUTC) Within The Reseller Application: Most states (exceptions outlined below) require that you complete the USUTC - which you can complete within our reseller application. You will be asked to enter the following information:
Legal business name
Business trade name(s); DBA
Business address and phone number
Type of business as registered with your state
General description of business
State sales registration number of each state in which you are licensed for resale
Signature of owner or officer signing application
Name and title of person signing certificate
Date certificate is signed
IMPORTANT: Certain states require a different form! If you are registered in any of the states listed below, you must fill out and/or submit the appropriate documentation (links to forms included where possible).
Florida Annual Resale Certificate DR-13 - You should have received a reseller certificate from the state of Florida. You will be required to upload that certificate within the application.
Indiana - Form ST-105
Louisiana - You should have received a reseller certificate from the state of Louisiana. You will be required to upload that certificate within the application. More info can be found here.
Massachusetts - Form ST - 4
New York - Form ST - 120
Pennsylvania - Form
Virginia - Form ST - 10
Washington - You should have received a reseller certificate from the state of Washington. You will be required to upload that certificate within the application. More info can be found here
West Virginia - Form
Wyoming - Form
Dist. of Columbia – You will need to visit the dc.gov portal to obtain a copy of your DC Permit. You will be required to upload that certificate within the application.
PLEASE NOTE: Ingram Micro has special sales tax requirements for shipment to the following states and sales tax will be applied to all shipments to those states unless the stated information is provided.
New York: NY ST-120, NY resellers complete Part A; non-NY resellers complete Part B.
Pennsylvania: PA resellers complete PA REV 1220; non-PA resellers complete PA REV 1220 – Line 3 include your company’s home state ID, Line 7 list the home state and an explanation as to why they are not registered in PA (example “no nexus”).
Illinois: IL resellers complete the multi-jurisdictional or IL CRT-61; non-IL resellers complete the multi-jurisdictional form by writing “No Nexus” on the IL state line. In addition please provide the Illinois Resale Exemption Statement.
California: A resale certificate with valid California tax ID number.
Massachusetts: A Massachusetts state specific ST-4 Resale certificate that includes a valid Massachusetts tax ID number.
Tennessee: A resale certificate with a valid Tennessee tax ID number.
Hawaii: A resale certificate with a valid Hawaii tax ID number.
Please note: Even with a Hawaii tax ID Hawaii sales are subject to and will be charged the .5% wholesale tax.
Manually Filling Out the Uniform Sales and Use Tax Certificate - Multijurisdiction Form (USUTC): You can access a paper version of the USUTC here and then upload it within the Reseller Tax Certificate section of the reseller application.
Questions? Contact New Accounts at (800) 456-8000, ext. 41, between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m., Eastern time.