Report: 2018 Sales Tax Changes – Mid-Year Update

Discover what’s happening in the world of sales and use tax.

When it comes to sales and use tax, 2018 will be remembered as a big year for change. The year’s major headline, of course, is Supreme Court upends long-standing precedent that companies need physical presence in a state before they’re required to collect and remit sales tax.

The big question on everyone’s mind is: What does that mean for my business?  In a nutshell, companies can now trigger nexus based entirely on sales revenue, transaction volume, or a combination of both.

Nexus isn’t the only issue in flux as we enter the fiscal new year. Sales tax changes for marketplace sellers, new tax amnesty programs, and changes to tax on services are also making waves.

We brought together our best tax experts to research and compile the latest changes to state rules that could affect the way you manage your business.

Get expert insights on what’s happening mid-year, including:    

Physical presence standard (Quill v. North Dakota) gets reversed    
The Supreme Court has ruled in favor of South Dakota, granting the state authority to impose sales tax obligations on out-of-state transactions. Discover what that means for remote sellers and how it’s already impacting their businesses.    

States’ efforts to tax marketplace sellers

It all began with Washington state, but Amazon now collects on several other states’ marketplace sales. Learn what that means for FBA and other marketplace sellers.    


Consumers’ use tax reporting rules grow    
Will 2018 continue to mark the end of “tax-free” shopping? More states are forcing retailers to report customers who owe use tax on purchases. 

… plus, other trends to watch, including the latest tax exemptions, new sales tax holidays, sales taxes on candy and soda, vehicle taxes on bicycles, and more.    

Read the report