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Tax jurisdiction

A tax jurisdiction is an area subject to its own tax regulations. It can be a country, region, group of countries, province, state, city, county, district, or any other area with a designated authority for tax purposes.

You can learn more about this topic in our blog article.

To get a paginated list of jurisdictions supported by Quaderno, use the /jurisdictions endpoint.

Tax registration threshold

Tax jurisdictions can impose their own requirements for tax collection. This may include the obligation to register your business and start collecting taxes, even for companies without a physical presence in that territory.

Read our article on tax registration thresholds to see some examples.

To receive alerts for new registration obligations, subscribe to the threshold.* webhooks. Check out our guide on getting real-time updates.

Tax identification number

It is a unique number issued by a tax authority, such as the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) in the United States, used to identify an entity or individual for tax purposes.

Depending on the tax jurisdiction, it may have different names, such as VAT number, GST number, Tax ID, etc.

In this article, you can find out the steps to obtain a tax ID in Europe.

Register the tax identification numbers associated with your jurisdictions from the dashboard of your Quaderno account, or follow this guide if you are using Quaderno Connect with custom accounts.