The recent SCOTUS Wayfair decision has changed the sales tax game. Many states are updating or creating new laws in response. You may have been complying before, but chances are that has changed. Our recent video, Game Changer: Sales Tax Reform outlines key considerations for businesses as they work to comply with new sales and use tax rules.
Sales tax reform is a reality – are you ready? Join Eide Bailly for a two-part event on Thursday, January 10 at 11:00 a.m. CST. This event will be held live in our Sioux Falls office and online via webinar. Part 1 will discuss South Dakota sales tax and outline some popular processes and solution. Part 2 will discuss sales tax reform regarding the recent SCOTUS Wayfair decision and how to stay in compliance.
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Is your business in compliance with the recent SCOTUS Wayfair decision, allowing states to require businesses to register, collect and remit sales tax without a physical presence in their state? It’s a game changer.
The sales tax rules have changed. While your business may have been in compliance six months ago, that could have changed now. Our recent insight provides a quick sales tax risk assessment. Contact our State and Local Tax team to learn more.
The historic decision by the U.S. Supreme Court in the South Dakota v. Wayfair case continues to provide states the opportunity to review their current sales tax collections rules. We recently updated a listing for each state and their current sales tax nexus law. This list includes effective dates, gross receipt amounts and number of transaction requirements. Review the insight here.
The U.S. Supreme Court recently made a decision creating big changes in how states determine nexus. With these new sales and use tax rules going into effect, it’s important for businesses to remain in compliance. We outline seven steps that can help your business in our recent insight.
What you think you know about sales tax may have changed with the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision in Wayfair. States are now permitted to collect sales tax from out-of-state sellers with no physical presence in their states, including foreign inbound sellers. Learn more about how this ruling will affect international businesses here.
What you think you know about sales tax may have changed with the recent Supreme Court decision in Wayfair. States are now permitted to collect sales tax from out-of-state sellers with no physical presence in their state including remote sellers, online retailers, phone order retailers and inbound (foreign) companies. Many states are announcing new economic nexus standards which expand their reach to taxing out-of-state sellers.
Staying informed as we navigate state sales tax reform is more important than ever. Register now for our upcoming webinar, Sales Tax Compliance – How the SCOTUS Decision Impacts Out-of-State Sellers on August 2, 2018.