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What are sales tax exemptions? How can your small business stay on top of them?

Exemptions can be based on the product, the intended use of the product, or the status of the buyer. Learn more about the three main types....Continued

Taxing sales of SaaS in the post Wayfair world

Companies that sell software as a service, or SaaS, may think the recent Supreme Court of the United States decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. doesn’t impact them. But it can....Continued

Marketplace sales tax laws proliferate in the wake of South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc.

Sellers too small to comply with economic nexus laws aren’t necessarily off the hook for sales tax. If they sell through an online marketplace, they may be subject to marketplace sales tax laws....Continued

The Monthly Roundup: FBA seller news

Find news you can use, from popular topics in the Amazon forums to studies and reports. Read on for a few items we found interesting over the last several weeks....Continued

How small is small? Making sense of economic nexus small seller exceptions – Wacky Tax Wednesday

Almost 30 states have adopted an economic nexus policy, and all provide an exception for small sellers. The problem is, these exceptions are not all the same....Continued

How to create a great mobile payment journey

To ride the mobile commerce wave, retailers need to create a great mobile payment journey for consumers....Continued

Australia’s tampon tax is dead

Australia is making headlines for eliminating its tampon tax. It’s been a long time coming....Continued

West Virginia to tax remote sales starting January 1, 2019

West Virginia is the latest state to get caught up in the South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. tide. It will tax remote sales starting January 2019....Continued

Economic nexus sparks need for speedy sales tax registration

Economic nexus is here. Is your business prepared?...Continued

Figuring out sales tax filing deadlines for your small business

Depending on how your sales break down, you could be required to remit and file monthly in one state, quarterly in another, and annually somewhere else....Continued