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When not quite tax free is actually sales tax exempt – Wacky Tax Wednesday

Some online retailers have to collect sales tax in Washington; others don't. Either way, some products qualify for a sales tax exemption....Continued

Tax experts explain significance of South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc.

To help you better understand South Dakota v. Wayfair and its possible impact on your business, Avalara has created a series of short videos....Continued

Use tax reporting laws for non-collecting sellers are becoming more common. But are they effective?

As more states look to impose use tax reporting for non-collecting sellers, Colorado is learning how effective its new law is....Continued

Small Business Week: 5 Sales Tax Facts

Helpful sales tax tips for small businesses, to celebrate Small Business Week. ...Continued

The CRUSH Files: Understanding the digital tax tsunami

Carolynn Kranz, one of the most sought-after experts on the taxation of cloud and digital goods, is excited to welcome Avalara CRUSH to her hometown of Washington, D.C....Continued

Sales tax exemptions for businesses providing relief after a natural disaster

Wisconsin is one of few states to codify a sales tax exemption for businesses working in disaster recovery....Continued

Did sales tax kill the May Day basket? Wacky Tax Wednesday

Figuring out how sales tax applies to gift baskets is so complex, it may have killed the tradition of gifting May Day baskets....Continued

Your business might be a telecommunications company. Now what?

Once a tech company has been deemed a telecommunications company for taxation, compliance becomes complex....Continued

What is your sales tax auditor thinking?

Discover the most common struggles witnessed by auditors. These insights just might help you avoid similar noncompliance issues at your company....Continued

Texas temporarily exempts emergency supplies April 28–30

More than 15 states are providing more than 25 tax-free periods in 2018. Next up: the Texas Emergency Preparedness Sales Tax Holiday....Continued