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Too many sales tax solutions are designed only for retail. Sales Tax DataLINK can handle the complexities of sales and use tax for manufacturers, general contractors, and more. Our rate table is comprehensive and customizable.
Mistakes with sales tax can be costly. And it’s all too easy to make mistakes. Sales Tax DataLINK handles reporting with the power and accuracy you need. Ours is the only solution that validates before the data hits the page.
Tax Services and Advisory
Sales tax compliance is essential… but it might not be the best use of your time. Let our sales tax services provide the peace of mind you need, while freeing your team for mission-critical tasks with complete sales and use tax outsourcing.
Why you need Sales Tax DataLINK
- In Georgia, out of state sellers have to file sales tax if they have $250,000 in sales in the state… which could actually mean just $16,000. Learn More
- While some states have just one tax rate and set of tax rules, Colorado has at least 638 jurisdictions, each with its own sales tax rate and regulations. Learn More
- Alaska has no state sales tax, but its cities are thinking about requiring remote sellers to charge sales tax on sales in some towns. Learn More
A Supreme Court decision has overturned a landmark case on sales tax collection. Even if you had very limited sales tax liability last year, things have probably changed a lot since then. In fact, more than half the states have already changed their sales and use tax laws.
Companies like yours are finding that sales tax compliance takes more time and costs more money than you ever thought it could.
You need Sales Tax DataLINK. Use our sales tax software to streamline your sales tax compliance, or choose our sales tax services and leave it all in our hands.
What Our Clients Are Saying
Faced with an existing vendor unable to provide critical monthly sales tax data uploads, Quikserv was forced to find a reliable supplier. Sales Tax DataLINK quickly took control of the situation and provided reliable rate uploads and has stood by with impeccable customer service ever since.
I have been thoroughly impressed with the level of service and expertise that Sales Tax DataLINK has provided to our organization. They are extremely patient and went above and beyond the scope of work to provide a technical document to assist our team.
As a tax software, Sales Tax DataLINK is simple to operate. Its unprecedented visibility and patterning helps us to eliminate errors from invoicing to tax filing. Additionally, the customer service is both nice and kind. They are always there and quickly respond whenever you need them.
I have been using Sales Tax DataLINK for three years. This switch has resulted in over 60% cost savings for my company. The product Sales Tax DataLINK provides is excellent and the service level has been phenomenal.
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Who We Are
Sales Tax DataLINK
Sales Tax DataLINK is an American company headquartered in Bentonville, Arkansas. Our patented software is comprehensive and reliable. Our team members are subject experts. When you call us, you’ll talk with experts in the United States. Our expertise gives you peace of mind.
16 states started requiring sales tax compliance from online sellers this month. Florida is not one of them. In fact, Florida's attempt earlier this year to implement a new sales tax law failed. The Florida legislature plans to try again. At the moment,...read more
When the Supreme Court ruled that states have a right to make out of state sellers collect sales tax, one of the things that made them comfortable with the South Dakota law was its threshold. South Dakota said that remote sellers would have to collect...read more
States were understandably excited when the Supreme Court decided to allow them to force sales tax compliance for remote sellers. The National Conference of State Legislatures said that states were leaving a lot of money on the table -- the taxes on...read more