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States to watch in the wake of the South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. Supreme Court ruling

SCOTUS has found Quill's physical presence rule to be "unsound and incorrect." How will this decision impact your sales tax obligations in other states?...Continued

Supreme Court rules that South Dakota can tax sales by out-of-state sellers

The Supreme Court of the United States has ruled in favor of South Dakota in South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. The state is now free to tax out-of-state sellers....Continued

The effect of international sellers on the Amazon marketplace

The challenges of competing with Chinese sellers range from counterfeiting to selling legitimate products at a far lower cost and can impact anyone with an FBA business. ...Continued

Court tells Amazon to give South Carolina information about marketplace sales

South Carolina appears to have won a skirmish in its battle with Amazon over uncollected sales tax. The company must give the state third-party seller information....Continued

When to consider Fulfillment by Amazon

There’s a lot to think about before starting any business, so it’s probably a good idea to read and review this before you start with FBA....Continued

Finding your tribe with FBA — Sellers Summit 2018

Network and build connections with other business owners who face many of the same challenges....Continued

Hawaii to tax online sales, July 2018

Hawaii has enacted an economic nexus law that taxes out-of-state retailers doing a certain amount of business in the state. ...Continued

Louisiana enacts online sales tax

Louisiana is one of several states to enact economic nexus....Continued

The Monthly Roundup: What FBA sellers need to know

Find news you can use, from popular topics in the Amazon forums to studies and reports. Read on for a few items we found interesting over the last several weeks....Continued

Iowa to tax remote sales, services, and digital goods starting January 2019

Iowa will tax many remote sales, digital goods and services, and services as of January 1, 2019....Continued