Multi-State – B&H Covers Sales Tax With New Credit Card

Dive Brief: Photo, audio and video store B&H last week launched a new credit card that covers the sales tax customers would otherwise need to pay for their orders, according to its website.  The store will charge the full purchase amount plus Continue reading Multi-State – B&H Covers Sales Tax With New Credit Card

Multi-State – Navigating State Sales Tax

Growing security businesses that venture beyond their state borders are faced with complicated rules for charging taxes on goods and services Ever since the Supreme Court ruled that physical presence in a state is no longer the sole requisite for Continue reading Multi-State – Navigating State Sales Tax

Multi-State – What’s Next in the World of Sales Tax

It’s been said that nothing motivates accountants more than legislation and, more specifically, the need to comply. Nothing is more clear about this statement than what we’ve seen, and will see, in sales tax. Attending a conference like Avalara Crush, Continue reading Multi-State – What’s Next in the World of Sales Tax

Multi State – Navigating The Post-Wayfair World Part Three: Practical Advice & Tangible Next Steps

This Legal Update marks Part Three, and our final installment of the three-part series, Navigating the Post-Wayfair world. In Part One, we discussed how states have responded to the Supreme Court’s landmark sales and use tax decision, South Dakota v. Continue reading Multi State – Navigating The Post-Wayfair World Part Three: Practical Advice & Tangible Next Steps

MULTISTATE – The Current State Of Wayfair: Tracking The New Nexus Laws Across The Country

The South Dakota v. Wayfair ruling has frantically ushered in a whole new era for sales and use tax laws and the end of an era for online shoppers reaping the benefits of untaxed purchases. Now, it’s time to step Continue reading MULTISTATE – The Current State Of Wayfair: Tracking The New Nexus Laws Across The Country

Multi-State – Are You Liable For Your Customers’ Sales Taxes?

Tax laws, particularly those regulating e-Commerce and sales tax, have suddenly become a lot more complicated. Last year’s Supreme Court decision on South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. changed the entire landscape of sales tax regulations. Changes in the interpretation of Continue reading Multi-State – Are You Liable For Your Customers’ Sales Taxes?

Multi-State – Beginner’s Guide to Drop Shipping Sales Tax

Tax time is a dreaded season for many, especially for ecommerce businesses that work with drop shippers. Staying compliant is no walk in the park, and with almost 11,000 sales tax jurisdictions across the US, it can be difficult to keep up. Continue reading Multi-State – Beginner’s Guide to Drop Shipping Sales Tax

Multi-State – More States Consider Taxing Personal and Professional Services as 2019 Legislative Sessions Advance

In recent years, states have increasingly considered taxing services by expanding the sales and use tax base —  and 2019 is no different. So far this year, taxation of services bills have been introduced in nine states: California, Connecticut, Florida, Montana, Continue reading Multi-State – More States Consider Taxing Personal and Professional Services as 2019 Legislative Sessions Advance

Multi-State – eBay Cites Federal Move On Sales Tax Issue

eBay said Friday it was working to comply with new sales tax laws popping up around the country. Although it said Congress was working on a bill, eBay was not hopeful of passage of federal legislation. eBay cited one Congessional Continue reading Multi-State – eBay Cites Federal Move On Sales Tax Issue

Multi-State – Wayfair v. South Dakota: How Amazon Played Both Sides

In the late 90s, Amazon began expanding its offerings beyond books, quickly embracing the Internet and leveraging technology to boost sales and exploit dated tax laws. Thanks to the proliferation of the Web and a rise in the popularity of Continue reading Multi-State – Wayfair v. South Dakota: How Amazon Played Both Sides