When you purchase goods and services online from a California business, it’s a good idea to understand how much you’ll pay in shipping and handling fees.
There are some important costs that can be added onto your total bill.
For example, you might pay more for shipping if you’re a large business, or if you need to import goods from abroad.
The California Business and Tax Center (BCTC) calculates how much each state charges in the state for the following: state, state tax, business, and personal property taxes.
These taxes are collected by the state and are added to your overall business taxes.
To learn how to find out how much state taxes you might owe, use our state taxes calculator.
When you’re shopping online, you can also look up your shipping and delivery fees for your chosen business.
Your business may also be charged a special handling fee, which is usually a percentage of the total price of your order.
This is not a cost of shipping, but it is usually included as part of the shipping and storage costs.
The fees listed below are based on the estimated value of the goods, and do not include tax or duties, unless otherwise stated.
Cal-US, $0.03/lb. in 2018, or $0,20/lb in 2018 for a 2-pack of groceries.