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Environmental compliance challenges for fuel suppliers in the U.S. and Canada

Tax compliance has never been simple for fuel suppliers. Now, environmental compliance requirements are making it even more complex. ...Continued

Nevada looks to adopt economic nexus as early as October 1, 2018

Get ready: Nevada may be the next state to impose a tax collection obligation on remote sellers....Continued

Will Congress restrict states’ right to tax remote sales?

Some members of Congress think Congress should limit the way states can tax sales by sellers with no physical presence in the state. ...Continued

Avalarians honored in Accounting Today’s Top 100 Most Influential People in Accounting

The eagerly anticipated list is, for insiders, the “list of lists” as chosen by the newspaper of record for the accounting profession. ...Continued

Avalara nominated for Nordic APIs Best Public API of 2018 – Voting starts September 26

Avalara has been nominated for Best Public API of 2018 awarded by Nordic APIs! Cast your vote between September 26 and October 24....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 every Amazon seller should know

Have you mastered inventory management? Are you sales tax compliant? Is your marketing effective? Learn more about these and other secrets to Amazon seller success....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

It’s official: South Dakota to tax remote sales starting November 1, 2018

The injunction preventing South Dakota from enforcing its economic nexus law has been dissolved. The state will start taxing remote sales on November 1....Continued

Tax reform task force to Arkansas: Tax magazine subscriptions, not car washes – Wacky Tax Wednesday

Why would a tax reform task force dwell on the magazine subscriptions and car washes? ...Continued