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Navigating Sales Tax in the 5 Most Popular States
Everything you need to know about sales tax in California, Texas, Florida, New York, and Illinois
Gone are the days of only having to worry about collecting sales tax where your business has a physical presence. The adoption of economic nexus laws over the past year and a half means your customers’ location now determines where you must collect and remit.
With about one-third of the United States population residing in California, Texas, Florida, New York, and Illinois, collectively, there’s a good chance you have customers in at least one of those states. And you must understand each state’s specific sales tax rules to remain compliant. That’s why we’re dedicating this webinar to everything you need to know about collecting and remitting sales tax in each of these 5 most popular states.
Listen in on Tuesday, November 5, to hear sales tax expert Scott Newell explain:
- The simple activities that can trigger nexus in each state, obligating your business collect and remit sales tax
- New sales tax laws that have gone into effect in each state, including an overview of economic nexus thresholds
- The varying filing schedules for each state so your business doesn’t fall behind
- Answers to your own questions
If your business sells into California, Texas, Florida, New York, or Illinois, this is a can’t-miss webinar. Even if you can’t attend the live presentation, register anyway and you’ll automatically receive the recording.
Date: Tuesday, November 5
Time: 11:00 a.m. PT/2:00 p.m. ET
Duration: 45 minutes + Q&A
About the speaker
Scott Newell, Enterprise Sales Executive, Avalara
As an Enterprise Sales Executive at Avalara, Scott Newell is responsible for helping future customers understand sales tax and the products available to automate transactional tax compliance. Scott received his MBA at Western Washington University and resides in Seattle. With years of sales, product and management experience, Scott leads his team with a go-getter attitude and customer-first perspective. His spare time is spent outdoors where you can find him skiing in the winter and backpacking in the summer.