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Cathie Stanton Hears Supreme Court Case on Sales & Use Tax

Supreme-Court-building_TS-463152547_BW_MDToday, April 17, the Supreme Court of the U.S. heard oral arguments for a landmark sales and use tax case, South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. et al. What did each side say, and how persuaded did the justices seem? What was the discussion surrounding the burden on businesses of collecting sales tax across multiple jurisdictions? Get the initial impressions of Cathie Stanton, National Leader of State and Local Tax Services at Cherry Bekaert, who was in the courtroom for the arguments and shared this video from outside the Supreme Court building in Washington, D.C.
View Video:  Sales Tax Showdown at the Supreme Court

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Lauren Stinson, CMI
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