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How working from home during — and after — the pandemic may impact income tax nexus

Many states say relief from income tax nexus for temporary teleworkers will terminate once the COVID-19 crisis passes....Continued

What does the future hold for B2B events?

Since conferences and trade shows can’t be held in person, organizers are moving them online....Continued

What our data has to say about COVID-19’s impact on consumer spending in March

Avalara sees transaction data for thousands of customers around the world. We started exploring our data to understand the impact of COVID-19 on our customers, and unearthed interesting insights....Continued

How to comply with new virtual tasting samples guidance

With tasting rooms around the country closed because of the COVID-19 crisis, we compiled a summary of best practices for complying with virtual tasting samples guidance. ...Continued

This is no time to be worrying about sales tax

It’s more important than ever these days to focus on core aspects of your business — and simplify sales tax compliance....Continued

New study reveals aggressive merger and partnership plans for communications providers, spurred by customer demand for data-driven services including video, 5G, and IoT

Avalara in partnership with research group Aberdeen, has announced a new survey on how communications companies are modifying their business models in response to rapidly changing industry realities....Continued

Avalara API 20.4 Patch Notes

This article is about the April 2020 monthly update to the Avalara API....Continued

April Roundup: Sales tax laws you need to know

While you focus on your business, we stay on top of legislative and policy changes that can affect your sales tax compliance....Continued

Louisiana parishes extend sales tax due dates because of COVID-19

Some parishes in Louisiana have extended the due date for February sales tax returns and payments. ...Continued

Will COVID-19 trigger a remote sales tax in Florida?

Florida is heavily reliant on sales tax revenue but doesn't tax remote sales. Could the new coronavirus pandemic be a catalyst for change?...Continued