Something to be thankful for – Wacky Tax Wednesday

For some of us, Thanksgiving means family, friends and food. For others, it is a day that reinforces hunger and solitude. But if you’re alone and hungry — and ... Continued

Usage Data: The Key to Monetizing the Internet of Things

With the rise of the IoT (Internet of Things), the era of truly BIG data is upon us. And buried in those endless data streams from billions of connected ... Continued

2016 Sales Tax Changes: What to Expect in the New Year

Like every New Year, 2016 will bring many sales tax changes.

Taxing Training Services for Software – Compliance Q&A

Are training services for software subject to sales tax?

Absorbing sales tax – Wacky Tax Wednesday

The fractious VAT on feminine sanitary products is absorbed by some sellers in Britain. So, can American sellers absorb sales tax?

How to Prepare for a Sales Tax Exemption Certificate Audit in 9 Steps

Would you like to ensure you’re as prepared as possible for a sales tax audit? Follow this nine-step plan to get your exemption certificates in order.

Remote Employees and Nexus – Compliance Q&A

Our clients pose a lot of interesting questions about sales tax. This week, we explore how remote employees trigger nexus and how long the effects of nexus can ... Continued

How food gets taxed – Will’s Whiteboard

You'll never believe how mixed up sales tax rules on food can get.

EY Excise Tax Services to Utilize Avalara’s Cloud Compliance Solutions

Seattle, WA – November 12, 2015 – Avalara, Inc., a leading provider in the transactional tax compliance industry, announced today that Ernst & Young LLP ... Continued

What do you intend to do with that Wookie? Wacky Tax Wednesday

When it comes to sales tax on occasional sales, intention is everything.