Senate Finance Committee Examines Wayfair Decision

Senate Finance Committee Examines Wayfair Decision

ShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinemail The Wayfair decision Four years ago, the Supreme Court’s decision in South Dakota vs. Wayfair changed everything about sales tax compliance for businesses with revenue from multiple states. Instead of being responsible only for...
Do We Still Care about Physical Nexus?

Do We Still Care about Physical Nexus?

ShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinemail The new nexus Before the Supreme Court’s decision in South Dakota vs. Wayfair, remote sellers only had to collect sales tax when they had a physical presence in a jurisdiction. A store, a warehouse full of your products,...
Sales Tax and Barter

Sales Tax and Barter

ShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinemail a The Barter Life It used to be that businesses only had to collect and file sales taxes if they had a physical presence in a state: an office, a store, a warehouse, or a factory, for example. A small business using e-commerce to sell...
Wayfair and Real Life

Wayfair and Real Life

ShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinemail  Wayfair and Real Life John and Linda Lester, owners of a small family business in Illinois, recently wrote about their experiences in trying to comply with new sales tax regulations brought about by the Supreme Court’s Wayfair...
International Business Sales Tax Compliance

International Business Sales Tax Compliance

ShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinemail a International businesses have to comply with U.S. state and local sales tax regulations Since the Supreme Court’s Wayfair decision back in 2018, companies in one state can be required to collect and remit sales tax in all...
Sales Tax Day

Sales Tax Day

ShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinemail a When is tax day? April 15th is enshrined in the national consciousness as income tax filing day (even though the exact date can change from year to year), but sales taxes don’t have that kind of tax day. Filing in Arizona?...