Do you owe tax in Connecticut, Indiana, New Jersey or New Mexico? Our recent insight outlines available amnesty programs. Learn more here.
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.
Join us for the last webinar in our Dealerships Insights Series – A Regional Sales Tax Update on October 29. This webinar will review the ever-changing sales tax laws and best practices to make sure your dealership is staying compliant. Get registered today!
After the Supreme Court’s decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair, many states have already passed legislation to address how remote sellers should comply with their updated sales tax regulations. It is extremely important for businesses to follow and comply with these updated tax reporting requirements, but it can also be confusing. In a recent insight, we explore how the recent rule changes impacted a business making sales into multiple states.
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.