I have a consulting company and have just begun selling my first product (instead of service). It is specialized software used in my field and I am now the distributor for US and Canada (the developer is in Sweden). I will be selling over email/phone. I normally ship a manual and CDROM for purchases, but there is a way to let customers download everything they need.From my web searches it appears I need to charge Canadian sales tax, but I'm not 100% sure about that. Everything is so vaguely written. Can anyone here help me figure out:1) if I need to collect sales tax for Canadian sales (I'm based in the US with no presence of any kid outside the state of Minnesota)2) if so, how much, how do I register to do that and where do I send the money3) if I don't ship any physical media, does that change the tax situationIt doesn't seem like what I'm doing is such a rare thing, but I haven't found any info directly related to my situation. Thanks
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