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At Grubhub, we strive to provide a seamless and efficient ordering experience for our partnered restaurants. As part of our commitment to serving a diverse range of customers, we work with various corporate clients, some of whom may be tax exempt.

This article aims to provide a clear understanding of what tax exempt corporate clients are and what restaurants can expect when they receive an order from them.

1. What are tax exempt corporate clients?

A tax exempt corporate client refers to a business or organization that is exempt from certain taxes based on their status as a nonprofit or government entity. This includes government agencies, educational institutions, charitable organizations, and more. These clients can claim exemption from certain taxes by uploading their tax exemption certificates via Grubhub for approval.

2. How do I identify tax exempt orders?

When a tax exempt corporate client places an order on Grubhub, you will see beneath the order details that states, “This order is tax exempt since it was paid for by a verified 501(c)(3) corporation.

3. How do I handle tax exempt orders?

Simply put, this is business as usual! Grubhub will automatically apply the appropriate tax exemptions to the order so there’s no additional work on your end. Fulfilling this order will be the same as any other, non-tax exempt order.

Understanding tax exempt corporate clients and their orders can help restaurants efficiently serve a diverse customer base while adhering to applicable tax regulations. Grubhub ensures that the tax exemption process is clear, transparent, and supported with the proper legal documentation. 

By familiarizing yourself with the guidelines outlined in this article, you will be better equipped to handle tax exempt orders and provide an excellent dining experience to all customers. If you have any other questions or concerns about these tax exempt guidelines, please contact