Vermont's Paid Sick Leave Law FAQ
Read the Law Here
Vermont’s Earned Sick Time Act Notice of Employee Rights Poster


Key Provisions of 2017 Tax Reform
Soft Drink Sales Tax Fact Sheet
Register Sign (for stores without computerized registers)
Vermont Sales and Use Tax Regulations
Vermont Meals and Rooms Tax for Businesses
Employers Federal Tax Guide (Schedule E)
Streamline Sales Tax Information
Local Options Tax

South Dakota V. Wayfair - Sales Tax Decision Regarding Online Sales

Marketplace Facilitators - Collecting and Remitting Tax as a Facilitator

Are You A Non-Collecting Vendor?


Tobacco Tax Info

Tobacco Rates

Tobacco Substitute Endorsement
Effective July 1, 2016, as enacted by the Vermont Legislature, no person shall engage in the retail sale of tobacco substitutes without also obtaining a tobacco substitute endorsement from the Department of Liquor Control. Tobacco licenses and tobacco substitute endorsements shall expire at midnight, April 30, of each year.

"Tobacco substitute" means products, including electronic cigarettes or other electronic or battery-powered devices, that contain and are designed to deliver nicotine or other substances into the body through inhaling vapor and that have not been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for tobacco cessation or other medical purposes. Products that have been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for tobacco cessation or other medical purposes shall not be considered to be tobacco substitutes. The annual fee of the endorsement is $50. CLICK HERE for the application and instructions.
Vermont Liquor Control Regulations Changes effective Jan 1, 2016
Employee Mandatory Education Training Test & Certificate
Statutes and Rules Governing Tobacco Sales and Use
2019 Floor Tax Form

S.86 (Tobacco 21 Law)
Effective September 1st, 2019, all tobacco sales to a person under the age of 21 in Vermont are considered illegal. There is no grandfathering. Signage and ID information is below.
DLC Tobacco 21; Sales to Those Under 21 are Illegal Sign (This sign must be prominently displayed)

DLC Age Verification Poster
Valid Forms of ID


Vermont Food Bank Fresh Rescue Program

"Every day, the Vermont Foodbank and our Network Partner food shelves, meal sites, and senior centers work with local retailers to get food to Vermonters facing hunger. The Fresh Rescue Program creates a relationship that allows retailers to donate fresh, perishable food that they are ready to move off the shelves, that is still edible and fit for consumption, to Network Partners who can then distribute healthier food at their organization. The Bill Emerson Good Samaritan Law helps make donations like this possible and network partners are equipped with proper storage and food safety training to transport, store, and distribute food properly. If you’d like to participate in the Fresh Rescue Program, please contact Kelsey Morley,, Retail Store Program Manager, at the Vermont Foodbank to learn more."

Act 148: Vermont's Universal Recycling Law

General overview

FAQ for businesses

Symbols for recycling, composting and waste bins

Summary of Roberts-Stabenow federal GMO law


Summary of Vermont Packaging and Labeling Regulations
Allergen Labeling Poster


Records To Be Kept by Retail Stores that Grind Raw Beef Products


Current I-9
OSHA's Form 300
Criminal Background Checks
Summary of Wage & Hour Laws
Break Time for Nursing Mothers under the FLSA


What is "Not to Exceed" Pricing all about with WIC
WIC Retailer Information
Vermont Employer Health Care Assessment for uncovered employees
Federal Large Employer Health Care Penalty for uncovered employees
FAQ of Federal health care act
Vermont Health Connect
HIPPA Information
IRS links for Affordable Care Act


Vermont Sparkler and Fireworks Laws



Federal Gift Card Guidelines


Vermont Attorney General Security Breach Notification Guidance