1. Does sales tax apply to my purchase?
ON CANADIAN PURCHASES, Naishirt currently collects tax on purchases shipped to Canada.

ON U.S. PURCHASES, Naishirt currently collects sales tax on purchases shipped to all states and territories except: Alaska, American Samoa, Arizona, Delaware, Guam, Idaho, Montana, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Marianas Islands, Oregon, and Virgin Islands.

2. Am I responsible for customs duties and taxes?

Import duties and/or taxes (for orders shipped to non-U.S. destinations) may be imposed by your local government on shipments from outside your country. These charges are separate from Naishirt charges and are beyond our control or ability to predict. These charges (if any) are made payable to your government.

You are responsible for paying any taxes, duties and/or customs fees charged by your government. Please check with your local post office for more information.

3. How do I get tax exemption on my order?

If you qualify, there are three ways you can make tax-exempt purchases at Naishirt. First, determine whether you will be placing a tax-exempt order in a physical store, or via the phone/web.

Important: Tax exemption status in a store is not transferrable to the phone/web. If want to make tax-exempt purchases both in stores and online, you will need follow both of the processes outlined below.

Phone or web: in advance or by reimbursement.

  • Option #1: Set up tax-exempt account in advance. (Recommended)

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    Option #2: Make a purchase on Naishirt and tax will be reimbursed afterwards.

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4. What are sales tax holidays?
At certain times of the year, some states offer a sales tax holiday that makes qualifying items exempt from sales tax during the holiday period. Common types of sales tax holidays include Energy Star, storm or hurricane preparedness and back-to-school. Various items such as generators, inverters, flashlights, tie-down kits and tarps may be exempt during this period.
5. Additional tax information
  • Use Tax:

    Notice for Use Tax in States Where Naishirt Does Not Collect Sales Tax: This notice is for customers who take delivery of merchandise in states where sales tax is not charged.

    • Purchases are subject to use tax in certain states unless exempt from taxation in those states.
    • The purchase is not exempt merely because it is made over the Internet or by Catalog.
    • Some states will require customers to report their purchases that were not taxed and pay use tax on those purchases. Customers should check their state’s reporting requirements for tax forms to be used for this purpose.