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Topic: Sales Tax Obligations For Remote Sellers

What Remote Sellers Need to Know About Use Tax Notice and Reporting Requirements
By Elizabeth Grew on December 6, 2018

Since the U.S. Supreme Court ruling on June 21, 2018 that overturned the physical presence standard, most states have rushed...

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Sales Tax Compliance – What, Me Worry?
By Sandra York, CPA on October 11, 2018

Uncertainty still exists about what businesses should expect after the Wayfair decision The recent Wayfair decision has sent...

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The Wayfair Decision and its Impact on Canadian Companies

Before June 2018, Canadian companies could avoid having to comply with U.S. sales tax laws by not establishing a physical...

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State Sales Tax Nexus without Quill: Supreme Court Decision on Physical Presence Standard

For years the physical presence standard enacted by the 1992 Supreme Court Case Quill v. North Dakota was the primary determinate whether states were justified in requiring out of state...

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Determining the Correct Taxable Base for Sales Tax (Part 2)
By Freed Maxick Tax Team on December 12, 2017

Aside from the sales incentives, other charges and fees such as transportation costs and returns and allowances and bad debt can be easily overlooked by companies computing the taxable...

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Determining the Correct Taxable Base for Sales Tax (Part 1)
By Freed Maxick Tax Team on December 4, 2017

Many business practices can contribute to determining a company’s base for sales tax. For instance, companies will often utilize incentives to sell their product to customers by offering...

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