If you sell to out-of-state customers, you need to
set up sales tax items and rates for out-of-state sales to help you identify the different rates for different locations. If your out-of-state sales aren't taxed, set up a single sales tax item with a 0% rate. You also need to set up sales tax codes to track your non-taxable out-of-state sales.
When filling out invoices, sales receipts, estimates, and other sales forms, you can choose an appropriate non-taxable sales tax code from the Customer Tax Code drop-down list. QuickBooks records the sale as non-taxable, out-of-state, so you can report it when you pay taxes.
report that shows out-of-state sales
Special sales tax situations