Attend the webinar: The state of Wayfair: Economic nexus 2 years later

How sales tax obligations for remote sellers have changed over the last two years

On June 21, 2018, the Supreme Court’s ruling in South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. drastically changed the way businesses are required manage sales tax. It enabled states to tax retailers that have economic activity but no physical presence in a state (economic nexus).

Fast forward two years, and all but two of the 45 states with a general sales tax have adopted economic nexus laws, leaving many businesses with sales tax obligations in multiple states. But thresholds vary by state and continue to change, making compliance anything but simple.

If you’re struggling to understand economic nexus laws and your business’s obligations, don’t miss our next webinar on Tuesday, August 4. Our VP of U.S. Tax Policy will break down the complexities of economic nexus, review the latest threshold updates, and reveal what other changes you can expect next. We’ll also devote the last half of the webinar to answering your questions live.

You’ll learn:

  • What economic nexus is and how to determine when you’ve triggered it in a state
  • How economic nexus laws have changed over the last two years
  • Considerations for your business to more efficiently manage sales tax in light of economic nexus
  • Live answers to your questions

Even if you don’t have specific questions, join the webinar to learn from others who are experiencing the same challenges you are.

Can’t make the live session? Register anyway, and we’ll send you the recording. 

Webinar details

Date: Tuesday, August 4, 2020

Time: 11:00 a.m. PT/2:00 p.m. ET

Duration: 60 minutes (including 30 minutes of live Q&A)

Cost: Nothing


About the speakers:

Scott Peterson, Vice President of U.S. Tax Policy and Government Relations
Scott Peterson, Vice President of U.S. Tax Policy and Government Relations
Scott Peterson was the first executive director of the Streamlined Sales Tax Governing Board. For seven years, Scott acted as the chief operating officer of an organization devoted to making sales tax simpler and more uniform for the benefit of business. Scott also spent 10 years as the Director of the South Dakota Sales Tax Division and 12 years providing research and legal writing for the South Dakota Legislature. He's now Avalara's go-to resource for all things related to tax policy.