Depending on your billing address, HoneyBook might collect sales tax on your membership payments. We will only charge sales tax where we are legally required to do so by the tax authorities of your state.

These taxes are only relevant to your HoneyBook membership fees — they are not related to the services you provide your clients or any payments they may make to you.

PLEASE NOTE: HoneyBook does not provide advice or recommendations regarding laws applicable to your site or business. If you have questions about taxes, please consult with a tax advisor.

In this article, we’ll review:


Which states will have sales tax applied

HoneyBook applies taxes to membership fees in states where we are legally required to do so. Taxes will apply to members with billing addresses in the following U.S. cities and states:

  • Arizona

  • Hawaii

  • Iowa

  • Maryland

  • Massachusetts

  • Ohio

  • Pennsylvania

  • Rhode Island

  • South Carolina

  • South Dakota

  • Tennessee

  • Texas

  • Utah

  • Washington

  • Washington D.C.

  • West Virginia

*PLEASE NOTE: This list was updated as of November 17, 2021 and is subject to change.

If you are tax exempt, you may apply for an exemption by reaching out to our Concierge team. Please provide a copy of the IRS determination letter so the team can confirm your exemption.


Where taxes appear in your membership charges

If you live in a location where HoneyBook is required to charge taxes, you will see the sales tax calculated and added to your membership total upon checkout and before purchase.

After you purchase your membership, charges appear on your HoneyBook membership invoice, which you can find in your invoice history under Settings > Membership.

PLEASE NOTE: These taxes are only applicable to your HoneyBook membership fees — they are not related to the services you provide your clients or any payments they may make to you.

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Still have questions? Feel free to send us a message by clicking the Question Mark icon on any HoneyBook page. Our team is always happy to help!

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