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About taxes for 1Password

Learn how sales tax and VAT are assessed, and what to do if your company or non-profit organization is tax-exempt.

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As a result of growth in the US markets, 1Password is now required to register and collect sales taxes in various states across the US.

1Password collects tax based on your address, regardless of which currency you pay in. The prices displayed on 1Password.com don’t include sales tax or value-added tax because each country and region charges a different tax rate.

To check your tax rate, sign in to 1Password.com and click Billing in the sidebar.

If you started your subscription using an in-app purchase, any applicable taxes are collected by Apple or Google.

United States

If your billing address is in the United States, you may be subject to state and local sales taxes. Your tax rate is determined based on your ZIP code and displayed on your Billing page.

Calculate your state and local sales tax rate. 

European Union, Japan, Australia, Singapore, and Canada

If your billing address is in the European Union, Japan, Australia, Singapore, or Canada, you may be subject to VAT, GST, or consumption tax. Your tax rate is displayed on your Billing page, and any tax is included as a line item on your invoice.

If you’re tax exempt

If your company or non-profit organization is exempt from sales tax in your country or region, you can submit proof of your tax-exempt status to have tax removed from all future invoices.

Country or regionWhat you’ll need
🇦🇺 AustraliaAustralian Business Number (ABN)
🇪🇺 European UnionVAT ID
🇮🇪 IrelandVAT56B Authorization Certificate
🇯🇵 JapanConsumption Tax ID
🇺🇸 United StatesYour signed tax exemption certificate*

* 501(c)(3) status from the IRS is not sufficient proof of state or city sales tax exemption. Make sure you add 1Password to your tax exemption certificate before you submit it:

1Password
49 Spadina Avenue, Ste 303
Toronto, ON M5V2J1
Canada

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