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Louisiana may make marketplaces collect tax on third-party sales and take steps to prevent sales of counterfeit products

The Louisiana Legislature is back in session and considering two different marketplace bills. ...Continued

How to get started in ecommerce

Ecommerce provides a viable alternative for businesses forced to close their doors to slow the spread of COVID-19....Continued

How to simplify local sales tax compliance in the post-Wayfair world

Some states are developing ways to simplify local sales tax collection and remittance for remote sellers....Continued

Don’t let perceived challenges thwart cross-border ecommerce success

Discover three reasons why it’s time to ditch perceptions and step into the world of cross-border ecommerce....Continued

2020 sales tax changes, global edition

New tax collection and reporting requirements being implemented throughout Europe — and the world — could impact U.S. companies expanding into global markets....Continued

With strong holiday sales comes great responsibility

Record-breaking holiday sales are great for bottom lines but can create ongoing sales tax collection requirements in multiple states....Continued

One year out: Wayfair and SST converge to shape remote sales tax legislation

As states strive to negotiate the new sales tax landscape, many are turning to the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement (SST) for guidance. ...Continued

Will every state tax out-of-state sellers by the end of 2019?

Almost all states with a general sales tax require certain remote sellers to collect and remit it. How long before the rest follow suit?...Continued

U.S. Supreme Court ruling could thwart state attempts to block other states' remote sales tax laws

A recent Supreme Court decision could make it harder for a state to shield businesses from an obligation to collect sales tax in another state. ...Continued

Marketplace facilitators to collect single sales tax rate on behalf of sellers in Texas

Texas may soon require marketplace facilitators to collect sales tax and establish a single local sales and use tax rate....Continued