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Cheat Sheet:  How Sales Tax Requirements Could Change This Year

Big changes to sales tax nexus are expected by summer 2018. Get ready if your business sells products and services to customers across state borders. Your tax compliance processes could be turned upside down.

What’s Going On?
On April 17, 2018, the U.S. Supreme Court (“SCOTUS”) heard a landmark sales tax case (South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. et al.) that could change the entire landscape for businesses. In this case, SCOTUS will decide whether states can require businesses with no physical presence in the state to collect sales tax from in-state purchasers. The decision is expected to be issued this June.

If SCOTUS decides to overturn Quill Corporation v. North Dakota and remove the physical presence standard that remote sellers have relied upon for nearly half a century, this could allow states to impose sales tax collection on all sellers.

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Cheat Sheet:  How Sales Tax Requirements Could Change This Year
Big changes to sales tax nexus are expected by summer 2018. Get ready if your business sells products and services to...

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