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Ohio Vendors License Lookup



Regular Vendor's License: Issued by the County Auditor to vendors with a fixed place of business in Ohio. Vendors must have a vendor's license for each sales location. Transient Vendor's License: Issued by the Department of Taxation to vendors who transport stocks of goods to temporary places of business in order to make sales. Valid in all 88 Counties of Ohio. The Application Fee for all types of vendor's licenses is $25.00 Vendor's licenses are not transferable. Any change in ownership (sole proprietor to partnership, partnership to corporation, corporation to sole proprietor, partnership to sole proprietor) requires a new license. Vendors licenses are transferrable from one address in the county to another address within the same county. Sales Tax Rate Chart Vendor License listings are ran on a bi-monthly basis and can be viewed in a PDF format by clicking on the links below.




Ohio Vendors License Lookup



Vendor LicensingAs of Sept. 6, 2012, there are now two different types of Vendor's Licenses in the state of Ohio. Both of them cost $25. The following should help you decide which license to purchase for your business:Regular County Vendor's License - This type of license is required when selling an actual product at a permanent location. Additionally, vendors that provide services should apply for this license if they have a fixed place of business in the county. Delivery vendors should also purchase a county vendor's license. There is a printable application at the bottom of this section which may be filled in and mailed back to our office (with payment enclosed) or filled in and returned to our office in person. Checks should be made out to the Butler County Treasurer's Office.Transient Vendor's License - This type of license is required for any vendor that does not maintain a fixed business location. This includes vendors that travel throughout the state with a stock of goods or those who sell at festivals and flea markets. This license is good throughout the state of Ohio. You can purchase this license through the Ohio Department of Taxation 1-888-405-4089 (sales tax), or you can purchase Online through the Ohio Business Gateway (business.ohio.gov).Note: Delivery vendors should obtain a county license and report tax at the rate in effect at the business location where the vendor receives the order. Service providers (such as landscapers) must charge and collect tax at the rate in effect in the county where the service is performed. Questions regarding the proper collection and remission of sales tax should be directed to the Ohio Department of Taxation.There is no renewal fee for any type of vendor's license and vendors who currently are operating under a service or delivery vendor's license will continue to make sales using their current license.


No. A vendor that already holds one or both of these license types will continue to report its sales tax under its current licenses. The elimination of these two types of licenses affects only vendors that register after September 1, 2012.


The Auditor's office is the focal point in the county for issuance of licenses for dogs, kennels, vendors and cigarettes. Dog licenses comprise the largest number of licenses sold. The annual dog registration is a service designed to benefit the animal, its owner and the community. Vendor licenses authorize businesses to sell tangible property to the public and collect sales tax, a part of which is returned for use on the local level.


LicensingThe Auditor issues licenses for dogs, kennels, vendors and cigarettes. Dog licenses comprise the largest number of licenses sold. Vendor licenses authorize businesses to sell tangible property to the public and collect sales tax.


Licensing of food vendors is handled by the Toledo-Lucas County Health Department. Mobile food truck vendors must obtain an additional City of Toledo license after certification by the Health Department.


Regular Vendor's License:Issued by the County Auditor to vendors with a fixed place of business in Ohio. Vendors must have a vendor's license for each sales location. Application Fee: $25.00


Issued by the Ohio Department of Taxation to vendors who transport stocks of goods to temporary places of business to make sales. A transient vendor may exhibit goods in a county where they have no fixed place of business. There is a $25.00 application fee with no annual renewal. An individual must obtain the transient vendor license through the Ohio Department of Taxation. 076b4e4f54


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