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Entries by Donna Niesen, April Meade

Living in a Post-Wayfair World: How Failure to Comply Can Hurt Your Business

Posted 6:30 PM by
The Supreme Court’s recent South Dakota v. Wayfair decision allows states to require sellers to collect and remit sales tax based on the establishment of economic nexus. Though many businesses have taken note, they’re still asking, “Does this really affect me?” For many businesses, doing the same things this year that you did last year could mean new state tax obligations. Beyond upholding many states’ existing laws, Wayfair has inspired others to propose similar statutes or enforce existing ones more vigorously. In fact, more than 30 states have enacted or proposed economic nexus standards.
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What the Wayfair Decision Means for Out-of-State Sellers

Posted 4:30 PM by
The Supreme Court of the United States made headlines this summer when it announced a decision that would dramatically affect how states impose sales tax collection responsibilities. The court’s ruling in South Dakota v. Wayfair allowed states to require that sellers collect and remit sales tax based on the establishment of an “economic nexus,” doing away with the previous “physical presence” test. The ruling has significantly expanded the states’ authority in the sales tax arena, and businesses in every state will likely be impacted.
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