After the ruling in the Supreme Court caseSouth Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc.,many states updated their laws to allow a definition of economic nexus, and begin setting rules for when sales tax should be collected and remitted.
For many businesses selling online to customers across the country, this is somewhat of a challenging scenario as it could mean the requirement to pay sales tax to a variety of states that previously were not required. The laws are even getting revised a year later in some cases, meaning the sands continue to shift. So what does that mean for you today?
Brandon Cole, of Zoey partner Avalara, takes a look at the latest status of the economic nexus laws that have passed in light of the ruling, and what means for businesses in 2019. It's gotten infinitely more complex in the past year, even for B2B businesses that do a minimal amount of B2C in some states:
Our webinar with Avalara is the latest in a series of over 25 Merchant Webinars we've produced to help merchants save money, sell more or become more efficient. Check out the entire line-up, as well as upcoming sessions, here:
And don't miss our previous blog from Avalara, which offers all of Zoey's customers access to a free sales tax guide!
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