Registered in all the right states? Take our assessment to find out.
Almost every state requires businesses to register to collect and file sales tax if their sales volume is high enough. This free assessment can help you figure out where you could be on the hook for sales tax.
You’ll be asked for some basic information before you continue. Don’t worry, Avalara will not share your data with third parties.
The process is quick and we’ll guide you through each step
Before you begin, it’s helpful to have a year’s worth of sales data at the ready.
Three simple steps:
Select the states where you make sales then click Next.
Identify whether your sales volume meets or exceeds the thresholds in those states.
Review your results.
A free estimate of your sales tax obligations by location:
A breakdown of state-specific economic nexus rules
Data on how each state determines tax liabilities
Recommended next steps to get compliant
Frequently asked questions
Your privacy is important to us. We will not sell your data or information.
However, we do ask for your business information and may use it to contact you about Avalara products and services.
No, your results won’t be shared or stored by Avalara.
Economic nexus is a connection between a business and a state that’s established when annual sales and/or transaction volume in a state obligate a business to register to collect and file sales tax.
No, economic nexus is just one of several ways to establish a sales tax obligation in a state. Other possible ways include having employees or inventory in the state, selling at a trade show or festival, and more.
We recommend researching the nexus triggers for each state in which you do business or have employees, contractors, affiliates, or goods.
This assessment isn’t recommended for Avalara AvaTax users. Because our solution manages all your transactions within our software, it provides a more accurate assessment of your tax liabilities. AvaTax accounts for a host of other factors that impact your tax liabilities, such as exempt sales, excluded transaction types, and effective dates.