Online and Remote Seller Sales Tax Resource Center
How are states approaching the collection of unpaid sales and use tax on purchases made online or through other remote channels? Are you prepared?
The Marketplace Fairness Act. Click-through nexus. Comprehensive disclosure. Criminalization of noncompliance. These are the four main approaches that states and the federal government are considering when it comes to states collecting the sales or use tax owed by many, if not most, consumers who make online or other remote purchases. What is happening in each of these areas, and what should online retailers and other companies that engage in remote sales expect in terms of potential compliance changes?
Our sales and use tax professionals and consumer products industry team are closely following online sales tax legislation, with attention to how it affects the middle market and what you need to know in order to make sound decisions for your business.
Growth in remote purchasing has states seeking ways to collect the sales tax funds they are due, holding retailers and consumers responsible.
Department promulgates economic nexus standard for remote sellers with over $500,000 of sales in the state; registration by March 2017.
NCSL resolutions encourage enactment of federal legislation addressing remote sales tax collection and digital goods and services taxation.
Oklahoma Governor signs remote seller sales tax bill implementing attributional nexus rules and disclosure requirements.
Understand the risks of multiple taxation related to sales tax on digital goods and services and learn steps you can take to avoid overpayment.
How should states fairly tax the sale of digital goods and services? Look past the method of delivery to the true object of the transaction.
How do you know when it is time to give up your manual processes in favor of a sales and use tax automation solution? Look for these signs.
Get answers to frequently asked questions about the drop shipment sales tax triangle: retailer, drop shipper, and wholesaler or manufacturer.
Every company makes purchases, so every company has sales and use tax decisions. Many misjudge their sales tax obligations in these three areas.
Stay up to date on the frequent changes related to Colorado’s out of state seller use tax regulations.
Get the latest on sales and use tax for online or remote purchases and digital goods. Know what may happen next and what that means for your business.
Connecticut classifies use tax noncompliance as a felony, creating potential for serious repercussions for taxpayers and tax preparers alike.
Discover why it is better to defend a tax position during the sales and use tax audit process, rather than wait to discuss it in appeals
Some companies elect to not register or file sales tax despite establishing nexus in a state. Are the near-term savings worth the long-term risk?