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Five signs that your company needs sales and use tax automation


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No matter what type of goods you sell or where your business resides in the supply chain, you are dealing with sales and use tax. Collecting, remitting, exempting–there are decisions to be made and documentation to manage. And as a company grows, the right time to transition from a largely manual process to a streamlined sales and use tax automation solution may not be clear.

In this article, Vertex SMB provides five telltale signs that sales tax automation should be part of your next strategic planning discussion. Hint: If your business sells into multiple states, supports multiple product types, or has a combination of selling channels, it is likely time to put sales tax automation on the agenda. 

See the full list in "5 signs that your company needs a sales and use tax automation solution."

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