US Wyoming marketplace sales tax collections
- Feb 18, 2019 | Richard Asquith
Wyoming is to require marketplaces to collect out-of-state Sellers’ sales tax from 1 July 2019. This is based on the 2019 South Dakota v Wayfair Supreme Court ruling, imposing ‘economic nexus’ sales tax liabilities for the first time on sellers not located in a state.
In addition to collecting the taxes on their own sales and those of sellers, the marketplaces are liable for errors not due to deliberate misdeclarations by the Sellers.
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