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Can your ecommerce platform handle interstate and cross-border taxes?

Online sales have exploded because of COVID-19, creating customs duty and tax compliance challenges for ecommerce businesses worldwide....Continued

Counting calories: TTB rulings provide more flexibility for alcohol labeling

The Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) recently issued two new labeling and advertising requirements for wine, distilled spirits, and malt beverages....Continued

Avalara Supports Enterprise Indirect Tax Needs with Ability to Create Custom Business Rules for Transactions

Avalara today announced the availability of Avalara AvaTax Advanced Transaction Rules....Continued

How a PR problem grew into a sales tax issue – Wacky Tax Wednesday

Cranberries are delicious, when cloaked in enough sugar. Should the addition of sugar transform a dried fruit into candy?...Continued

Growth in B2B ecommerce exposes businesses to compliance risks

Validating exempt transactions and managing exemption certificates is critical to the success of B2B ecommerce....Continued

November sales tax rate changes

A new month often means new sales tax rates in one or more states....Continued

Louisiana to provide a sales tax holiday in November

A new, one-time sales tax holiday is now on Louisiana's calendar....Continued

Real-time tax remittance is back on the table in Massachusetts

The governor of Massachusetts wants businesses and payment processors to remit sales tax daily starting in 2024....Continued

What’s a sales tax risk assessment, and why should you get one?

Not sure where you need to collect and remit sales tax? Avalara's self-serve Sales Tax Risk Assessment can help you find out....Continued

Battles brew in Michigan and Ohio over DTC wine shipments by out-of-state sellers

Can states use the 21st Amendment to prevent out-of-state wineries or wine retailers from shipping directly to consumers in the state?...Continued