Posts Tagged ‘economic nexus’
How do you get a Sales Tax ID Number?
Now more than ever, businesses are finding that they need to obtain sales tax ID numbers in the states in which they are doing business. But how, exactly, do businesses go about getting a sales tax ID? Since the Supreme Court of the United States held in South Dakota vs. Wayfair that states could require businesses…Read More
How to Register your Online Business for Sales Tax
You need to register to pay sales tax with multiple states, but how do you get started? Like many online retailers, you may have discovered the sales tax laws you were familiar with were turned on their head in June 2018 when the landmark decision, South Dakota vs. Wayfair, came down from the Supreme Court…Read More
When to Register for a Sales Tax Permit
Businesses that know they need to register for sales and use tax may be dragging their feet in deciding when to go through with it. Between June 2018 and April 2019, many businesses have gone from being registered only in the states they are physically located in to needing to register in many states across…Read More
I have nexus. What next?
Once business owners realize they have sales tax nexus, it is important to understand the registration options that come next. You may have done your research when you first heard about the recent Supreme Court case South Dakota vs. Wayfair that changed United States sales tax law forever. First, you may have looked into what…Read More
Three More States Propose Economic Nexus Legislation
In the growing trend to collect more sales tax, states have turned to economic nexus and marketplace facilitator statutes over the past year. Following the U.S. Supreme Court’s Wayfair decision, which overturned the prior physical presence nexus requirement, states have enacted laws that force companies to collect tax in their state based on sales alone. The most…Read More
What is Economic Nexus?
Sales tax law changed forever in June 2018 when the Supreme Court of the United States issued a ruling in the South Dakota vs Wayfair case. Prior to the Wayfair case, the law of the land was that businesses collected and remitted sales tax in the states in which they were physically located. However, with…Read More