The Death of Retail Use Tax

The Death of Retail Use Tax

ShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinemail Ecommerce sales reached $453.46 billion in 2017. That means that states should have collected billions in use tax. Use tax is the flip side of sales tax. It’s usually set at the same rate as sales tax, and applies to any...
The End of Quill: Winners and Losers

The End of Quill: Winners and Losers

ShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinemail The Supreme Court’s decision to overturn their ruling in North Dakota v. Quill Corp – better known as Quill – will bring about some significant economic changes in the near future. Their new decision, South Dakota vs....
Who Was Quill?

Who Was Quill?

ShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinemail Quill Corporation was — and is — an office supply company. Nowadays, they sell paper, ink cartridges, 4th of July S’mores Party Packs, and practically everything else you could possibly describe as office supplies, right...
What the Overturn of Quill Means to You

What the Overturn of Quill Means to You

ShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinemail Half a century ago, a Supreme Court decision known as Quill said that a company would only have to collect sales tax in a state if they had a physical presence. “Physical presence” might be a warehouse, an office building, an...