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California Overhauls Its Economic Nexus Thresholds

Less than a month after California’s economic nexus laws became effective, the largest state has changed their legislation to the benefit of many small sellers across the nation. On April 25, 2019, Governor Gavin Newsom signed the bill (AB-147) that raised the economic nexus threshold. Under the new law, if remote sellers have $500,000+ in sales on an annual basis to California customers, they are responsible for collecting and remitting sales tax. Previously, the thresholds were $100,000 in total gross sales into the state or 200 transactions.

California Overhauls Its Economic Nexus Thresholds

Less than a month after California’s economic nexus laws became effective, the largest state has changed their legislation...

Lauren Stinson, CMI
By Lauren Stinson, CMI
on April 26, 2019
What’s My Company’s Role in a Reverse Audit?

Reverse audits provide companies with internal checks of sales and use tax determinations and procedure assessments to...

Nellie Vigneron
By Nellie Vigneron
on April 23, 2019
How Trade Shows Trigger Sales Tax Nexus

In many states, attending trade shows can create sales tax nexus, requiring sellers to collect and remit sales tax to the...

Lauren Stinson, CMI
By Lauren Stinson, CMI
on April 18, 2019
Keep Eyes on These States for Sales Tax Nexus News

The headlines continue to feature new economic nexus announcements by states looking to collect sales tax from out-of-state...

Lauren Stinson, CMI
By Lauren Stinson, CMI
on April 15, 2019
Private Equity Firms: Sales Tax Risks in Post-Wayfair World

In 2018 the Supreme Court ruled in the case of South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. et al that states have the right to enforce...

Lauren Stinson, CMI
By Lauren Stinson, CMI
on March 26, 2019
Size Doesn’t Matter: Economic Nexus Impacts Small & Large Sellers

Last year, nexus experienced a metamorphosis. Suddenly, this low-profile sales tax issue catapulted into the spotlight. Now...

Lauren Stinson, CMI
By Lauren Stinson, CMI
on March 19, 2019
Is Hope on the Horizon for FBA Sellers in California?

The boxing gloves are on in California between the state's Treasurer, Fiona Ma, and the California Department of Tax and Fee...

Lauren Stinson, CMI
By Lauren Stinson, CMI
on March 15, 2019
What's Your Strategic Plan to Manage Post-Wayfair Sales Tax Obligations?

When the Supreme Court ruled last summer in the South Dakota v. Wayfair case, most companies did not foresee the avalanche...

Lauren Stinson, CMI
By Lauren Stinson, CMI
on January 29, 2019
Why a Manufacturer Needs a Sales and Use Tax Consultant

Sales and use tax for manufacturers is a complex beast. It quietly feeds on underpayments until the auditor rattles the cage...

Mary Albright
By Mary Albright
on January 08, 2019

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