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B&H launches PayBoo credit card - save on sales tax!
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B&H launches PayBoo credit card - save on sales tax!

B&H Photo Video has just launched its own credit card.  With all the sales tax changes in US legislation occurring, more and more states force companies like B&H collect and remit sales tax depending on where the package is being shipped to. It used to be only companies that actually have a physical presence in the state must collect sales tax, but that is no longer the case after the Supreme Court ruling last year.

So B&H now has a solution to that; the B&H Payboo credit card.

Each B&H purchase using the PayBoo card that is eligible states to have sales tax collected by B&H, B&H will credit you back the sales tax, making so basically you are no longer paying the sales tax on purchases from B&H.

This is pretty huge.

Sales tax in the USA can range from 0% to over 7%.  This could be nearly $150 in savings on a camera like the EOS R.

This card is for individuals only, and not applicable to businesses.

For more information and to sign up today, see this link.  This could literally save you thousands of dollars a year if you purchase a lot of camera gear.

Please note that this is for USA residents only.  See B&H for any other conditions.

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