The Trump administration’s latest round of tariffs applies 15 percent tax on goods imported from China. The decision took effect this Sunday, and in response, DJI has raised prices in the US by roughly 13 percent.
A few months ago when it was announced that B&H (and other online retailers) had to start collecting sales tax for a whole bunch of states, a lot of people weren’t very happy. Of course, it’s not B&H’s fault, however, they decided to do something about it anyway.
Today they’ve just announced a new “B&H Payboo Card“. They’re calling it a “game-changing” credit card, and it’s their solution to sales tax by giving it back to you.
As a result of South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc., photo & video retail giant B&H is now collecting sales tax in 22 states across America. Until this year, B&H only collected sales tax in New York and New Jersey, the only two states where B&H had a physical presence.
If you live in Alaska, Colorado, Connecticut, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, North Carolina, North Dakota, New Jersey, New York, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Vermont, Washington (state) or Wisconsin, your prices are going up if you order from B&H.