The Internet of (taxable) Things: A new reality for online sellers

How growth affects transaction tax compliance for retail and ecommerce companies

Product fads come and go, but one retail trend is here to stay: Customers want seamless shopping experiences between your physical and online store. While omnichannel selling creates less friction for customers, it can create more friction for you, the seller, if you aren’t up to date on tax compliance rules and best practices.

If you’re in the business of marketing and selling online, this report is for you. Understand how activities like drop shipping, digital advertising, and selling on Etsy or Amazon can trigger unexpected tax liability. We’ll also help you identify red flags that could signal it’s time to rethink how you manage transaction tax.

Will these business activities affect how you manage sales tax compliance in 2018?

Venturing into new products and markets
Selling digital products? Using drop shipping or third-party fulfillment? Employing remote staff? Explore potential changes to your tax liability as states crack down on multistate sellers.

Borderless marketing
Marketing is the lifeblood of ecommerce — and can trigger new sales tax obligations. See how online marketing, digital advertising, and selling on social channels can impact compliance.

Managing your business in the cloud
Chances are, your ERP, CRM, and other back-end systems are connected in the cloud. Learn how cloud-based sales tax management is opening new doors of opportunity for retailers.


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