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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

More sales tax holiday madness – Wacky Tax Wednesday

Did any retailers blink and miss the recent Massachusetts sales tax holiday?...Continued

Tax Q&A: When and where do I need to get a sales tax permit?

You need to get a sales tax permit if you’re required to collect sales tax on items you sell in a particular state. Of course, when it comes to sales tax, nothing is really quite that simple. ...Continued

Unified Communications and communications tax: what UC providers need to know now

Unified Communications simplifies team collaboration, but for providers can open the door to an incredibly complex array of communications taxes and federal regulations. Here's what you need to know. ...Continued

South Dakota special session on sales tax starts September 12

While one state after another announces the effective date of its new remote sales tax law, South Dakota stands by silent. Waiting....Continued

Lone Star State jumps on bandwagon: Texas looks to tax remote sales in 2019

Texas was one of the first states to bring the online sales tax debate to the public forum. It’s moving more cautiously in the wake of Wayfair....Continued

Your business might be small — but it’s not too small to use data

Here are the three key benefits to help you understand how data can help your business....Continued

Washington responds to Wayfair decision with new economic nexus standards

Businesses with no physical presence in Washington state may soon be required to collect and remit Washington sales tax. ...Continued

New Jersey joins growing ranks of states to tax remote sales

Starting October 1, 2018, New Jersey will tax remote retailers doing a certain amount of business in the state....Continued

Idaho plays hard ball with non-collecting remote retailers

Idaho is intent on enforcing its tax on out-of-state sales; it's contacted 500 non-compliant vendors to remind them of their new obligation....Continued