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Sales tax and the Supreme Court: New laws for online sellers?
The pending South Dakota v. Wayfair case might end “tax-free” shopping for good. Depending on the outcome of the ruling, out-of-state retailers might have a new set of obligations and challenges ahead of them, while states could potentially gain billions in revenue from uncollected sales tax.
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Everything you wanted to know about the Supreme Court case of South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc., in a quick one-page overview. Read the overview and be on the lookout for more info as the court nears its decision.
Learn all about the Supreme Court case that could shape the future of online shopping. What will the court’s decision mean for consumers, small businesses, and big online retailers.
What is the South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. case all about?
Vice President of U.S. Tax Policy and Government Relations Scott Peterson, explains what the case of South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. means for remote sellers.
Will the Supreme Court's decision impact companies of all sizes?
Tax expert and partner at Peterson Sullivan LLP, Rachel A. Le Mieux, CPA, CMI, shares her insight on the types of companies that could potentially be impacted by the Supreme Court's decision on economic nexus.
Why should companies automate sales tax compliance?
Rachel A. Le Mieux, CPA, CMI, shares her insight on why companies should automate sales tax compliance.
Tax experts Scott Peterson and Rachel A. Le Mieux answer these questions and more:
- Could other states follow South Dakota’s lead?
- What can online sellers do now to prepare?
- Could remote sellers be off the hook for sales tax?
No matter how the Supreme Court decides on South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc., online retailers will still have to worry about future sales tax collection requirements. How soon will they need to be able to collect appropriate sales taxes on online sales? And, what's the best way to do so?