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5 things every Etsy seller needs to know about sales tax

Whether you’re doing big business on the site or just starting out, read on to learn the five things you should know about sales tax on Etsy....Continued

The Monthly Roundup: FBA seller news

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

What FBA sellers need to do before setting up sales tax collection

Much like almost everything related to sales tax, different states have different requirements for registering....Continued

Economic nexus and the changing sales tax landscape

Read about economic nexus laws, which create sales tax collection obligations for sellers who reach one or more sales totals and/or transaction volume thresholds in a given state. ...Continued

Calculating sales tax: It takes more than just numbers

If you have nexus, and your item or service is taxable, it’s time to figure out how much tax to charge. Read on for a closer look at how all of this works....Continued

5 things FBA sellers need to know about sales tax

It’s important to have a firm understanding of how Amazon sales can impact your tax obligations — and what you need to do in order to meet them....Continued

The Monthly Roundup: FBA seller news

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

Sales tax implications of drop shipping

Before you dive into the world of drop shipping, be sure to understand your obligations and how to meet them....Continued

Tax Q&A: When and where do I need to get a sales tax permit?

You need to get a sales tax permit if you’re required to collect sales tax on items you sell in a particular state. Of course, when it comes to sales tax, nothing is really quite that simple....Continued

Tax Q&A: What happens if I don’t collect sales tax?

Potentially, a lot — and none of it is good, even if your lack of compliance is due to misunderstanding the law instead of malicious intent....Continued