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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

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

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

Colorado adopts South Dakota-style economic nexus starting December 2018

In the wake of South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc., Colorado will soon require certain out-of-state sellers to collect and remit Colorado sales and use tax. ...Continued

Montana reacts to Wayfair decision

Montana's reaction to the Wayfair decision is quite different from its fellow non-sales-tax state, New Hampshire....Continued

Arkansas tax reform task force recommends South Dakota–style economic nexus

According to a Tax Reform Task Force, Arkansas should adopt economic nexus to tax more remote sales....Continued

New Hampshire on the hunt for fraudulent tax bills

New Hampshire urges businesses to alert their attorneys if they get a sales tax bill from another state....Continued

Tennessee still waiting to enforce its remote sales tax law

Tennessee was one of the first states in the country to adopt economic nexus, and it still can't enforce it....Continued

Maryland and Indiana to tax remote sales starting October 1

Two more states are enforcing South Dakota–style economic nexus laws in the wake of the United States Supreme Court decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc.: Indiana and Maryland....Continued