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How Fantasy Sports get Taxed – Wacky Tax Wednesday

It's not all fantasy in the world of fantasy sports. The tax implications are real.

Sales Tax Limits – Compliance Q&A

Sales and use tax compliance can trigger a lot of questions. For example: What is meant by the Florida sales tax limit of $5,000? What does it refer to?

How to Reduce Your Fuel Excise Tax Audit Risk [Step 3]

Properly managing fuel licenses, exemption certificates and other tax compliance documents can significantly decrease your fuel excise audit liability.

Is Your Universal Service Fund Contribution About to Be Reduced?

Broadband is now a Title II service, which means it could soon be contributing to the federal USF. Avalara’s senior communications tax consultant explains what ... Continued

When Customers from Other Countries Collect Products in US – Compliance Q&A

We field all sorts of interesting questions about tax compliance here at Avalara. This week, we explore what happens when products and customers cross ... Continued

From Bike to Rocket ship: How Apttus Sparked Growth in Silicon Valley

How do you ensure product-market fit? Here’s how we did it at Apttus.

Everyone Deserves a Boat – Wacky Tax Wednesday

One way to minimize costs is to purchase your vessel in a state with a favorable sales and use tax policy towards boats. It turns out that certain states ... Continued

New Filing Requirements for Affordable Care Act

Learn about the new forms and filing rules required by the Affordable Care Act.

How to Manage Your Fuel Excise Tax Audit Risk [Step 2]

If you don’t want to get hit with a costly audit assessment, it’s time to start tracking excise tax rules and rates as they change.

LandedCost: You Don’t Have to Be a Giant to Go Global

Internet technology has opened up global trade for sellers of all sizes. Yet, tax compliance can block smaller online retailers from taking full advantage of ... Continued



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