Origin, Destination, and the Internet

Origin, Destination, and the Internet

Origin, Destination, and the Internet ShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinemail The question is: when we buy online, where does that transaction take place? The answer is almost philosophical, but it’s the basis of much of the confusion about internet taxes and nexus....
Sales Tax Compliance Routines for Manufacturers

Sales Tax Compliance Routines for Manufacturers

Sales Tax Compliance Routines for Manufacturers ShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinemail From tracking thousands of SKU numbers to keeping up with who is exempt and who isn’t, manufacturers face plenty of sales and use tax challenges. These challenges place manufacturers at...
Objection to Texas Sales Tax Exemption

Objection to Texas Sales Tax Exemption

ShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinemail The University of Texas at Austin has published an objection to the planned threshold for Texas remote seller sales tax collection.While many states have set the bar at $100,000 or $200,000 in revenue per year, Texas will only require...
New Hampshire Rebels against Wayfair

New Hampshire Rebels against Wayfair

ShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinemail Politico created a handy infographic showing which states have already taken advantage of the Wayfair decision to start making remote sellers charge sales tax. Taking advantage is the right term to use, because many states have been...
Can You Escape New Mexico’s Sales Tax Controversy?

Can You Escape New Mexico’s Sales Tax Controversy?

ShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinemail New Mexico passed a law requiring online sellers to collect and remit sales tax last year, but Governor Susana Martinez vetoed it. Last week, online sales tax was again put into law, along with increases in sales tax on services and...