Nexus perplexes: How to determine sales tax nexus

Discover why other states want you to collect sales tax

Remote sellers all over the United States have brand new rules to follow when it comes to their tax obligations, thanks to the 2018 Supreme Court ruling in South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. Now, simply making a certain amount of sales in a state is enough to trigger nexus. And that’s just one in a series of activities that obligates a business to register and remit in a state.

Let us help you make sense of nexus by breaking down the rules. Sign up for our upcoming presentation and hear State and Local Tax (SALT) expert Judy Vorndran from TaxOps explain the following:

  • How the South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. ruling is still impacting remote sellers more than one year later
  • Which activities create nexus in most states
  • When you should review your nexus activities
  • How to create your nexus checklist

If you're a remote seller, this is one event you can’t afford to miss.

Register today for the webinar Nexus perplexes: How to determine sales tax nexus. Even if you can't attend the live presentation, you'll automatically receive a link to the recording. 

 

 

 

Webinar details

Date: September 10, 2019
Time: 11 a.m. PT/2 p.m. ET
Duration: One amazing hour
Cost: Nothing

About the Speaker

Judy Vorndran, State and Local Tax Partner, TaxOps

Judy Vorndran helps clients and tax professionals navigate the morass of state and local tax issues with the goal of making it less taxing. A nationally recognized thought leader, Judy is an award-winning instructor with a steady focus on finding ways to simplify complex state and local tax issues and resolve areas of state tax controversy. She also monitors the legislative, judicial, and regulatory tax landscape to assess the tax impact on businesses, and has helped successfully change laws for the better across states and jurisdictions. Appointed in 2017 to a three-year term on the state of Colorado’s Sales and Use Task Force, she works with legislators and other stakeholders studying and recommending ways to simplify the state’s complex sales tax system. Dually licensed as an attorney and CPA, Judy is also the president of the Colorado Chapter of the American Academy of Attorney-CPAs.