Guide to Sales Tax Collection in Amazon
Chapter 5: Exporting Amazon Sales Tax Data
We get questions every day from users who need to export their sales data from their ecommerce, shopping cart, or accounting software in CSV form. We can help with that! Many of the platforms you are currently using have published instructions, but they can be difficult to find. For Amazon users, the answers turn out to be quite straightforward.
Below you’ll find step-by-step instructions for how to export your sales tax data from your Amazon Seller Central account. Be sure to log into your Amazon account to get started.
Before we begin, however, it’s important to note that TrustFile users can connect TrustFile directly to their Amazon Seller Central account and sync data automatically. There is no need to import Amazon sales data in CSV form. With that said…
Amazon Download Instructions
Log into your Amazon Seller Central account.
Click the link to reports.
Click “View the report” from Sales Tax Report.
Click “Generate new report” button and a popup will appear.
Within the popup, select the time period for which you’d like to export sales data.
After report is generated, download the report.
Importing Your Amazon Data into TrustFile
Once you’ve saved your Amazon sales tax data in CSV form, you’re ready to upload it to TrustFile. Just sign into your TrustFile account, enter your company info and upload your file. Again, we want to point out that, with TrustFile, a connector is available that will connect to and sync TrustFile with your Amazon Seller Central account.
If you’re having trouble finding the file you’ve downloaded, look in the “Downloads” folder on your computer. This is often the default location downloaded files are saved. Still having issues? Let us know.