Sales tax changes
Change in sales tax is inevitable. Knowing the rules isn't optional.
2019 Sales Tax Changes Report
The tax landscape is changing at rapid pace. Find out what's impacting your business with our comprehensive report.
Sales tax legislative updates at the ready
Sales tax is moving fast. Our resident tax experts break down today's major sales tax changes that could impact the way you think about compliance.
Attention marketplace sellers! The number of states looking to hold marketplace facilitators responsible for collecting and remitting sales tax on behalf of all marketplace sellers is steadily increasing.
Your collection and/or reporting requirements might be affected.
Looking to see what’s going on in the states in which you do business? Stay on top of your sales tax obligations with our state-by-state guide to nexus rules.
New nexus laws create more tax obligations. Take our nexus assessment to find out where you’ve established presence and need to file and remit.
A tidal wave of new sales tax laws
Selling remotely? These are the states you need to watch
(before South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. ruling)
Physical presence is no longer required for businesses to file and remit. As more and more states base sales tax collection obligations on sales and other activities, rather than physical presence, remote sellers need to know which of their products and services are taxed in all states where they have customers. Not familiar with nexus? Everything you need to know about nexus is here.
Need a refresher on the Supreme Court decision that changed everything?
In case you missed it, we’ve got you covered on the impact of South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc.
Get answers to the most frequently asked questions about the June 2018 case.
Watch our video Q&A forum with tax experts Scott Peterson and Rachel A. LeMieux, CPA, CMI.
The next step is learning how to prepare and file sales tax for your business — here’s a state-by-state-guide for filing sales tax returns.