Sales and Use Tax Filing Update – COVID-19

Updated April 16, 2020 – As government at various levels responds to the threat of coronavirus (aka COVID-19), many state tax collection agencies have issued guidance regarding due dates of sales and use tax returns. The states listed below are providing flexibility to file returns and make payment of...

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Paying for the Wayfair Decision

The Supreme Court’s decision essentially overturning the physical presence standard for determining sales and use tax nexus was over a year and half ago, in June 2018.  Since that time, the states and some local jurisdictions have worked at a fevered pace [insert your own comments here] to enact...

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Wayfair – One year later

Since the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair in June 2018, nearly every state and the District of Columbia has adopted provisions they believe comply with the new nexus standard. Only Florida and Missouri have yet to adopt an economic nexus standard of any kind. Both...

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IT and Sales Tax…Assisting the IT Department with its ROI

Staffing and IT are typically the largest administrative cost for companies.  Recent developments and innovations, like cloud computing and business process as a service (BPAS), are continuing to drive costs upward for most companies.   IT Departments are routinely asked to do more with less given this expansion in costs.  ...

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South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc.

On June 21, 2018, in their decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair, the United States Supreme Court reversed decades of precedent that will have a profound impact to the way states collect sales taxes. Prior to the Wayfair decision, a seller had to have a physical presence in a...

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