Sales Tax Requirements for New Amazon FBA Sellers

As a new Amazon FBA Seller your sales tax requirements have changed dramatically since June 2018, with the U.S. Supreme Court Case Wayfair vs South Dakota. The good news is new Amazon FBA sellers just starting to sell on...

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Will Sales Tax Audits Increase Soon?

Sales tax audits will not only derail your business but your life. They are something you want to avoid or minimize at best. It is important to first revisit the major changes with sales tax legislation so you can...

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Amazon Sales Tax Requirements for Third-Party Sellers in 2019

You may have read the online comments from around the world of the relief that Amazon.com is finally collecting and remitting sales tax on behalf of third-party sellers in over 34 (soon to be 38) states. There was a huge...

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California Sales Tax Relief Available for those who Received the CDTFA Letter

California sales tax owed represents the largest liability for Amazon FBA sellers who had stock in California prior to October 1st, 2019 and are not registered. After speaking with California, don't expect any past liability to...

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Shopify Sellers Sales Tax Responsibilities

Shopify sellers sales tax responsibilities have dramatically increased since the June 2018, U.S. Supreme Court, Wayfair vs South Dakota Decision. Unlike an Amazon seller where Amazon is now collecting and remitting in 33 states, Shopify sellers now have a...

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Are States Auditing Amazon Sellers with Prior Nexus?

Amazon Sellers are relieved that several states are collecting and remitting sales tax on behalf of third-party sellers but are still unsure if the states will be auditing Amazon sellers with prior nexus. In fact, there are 26 marketplace facilitator...

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How to Close out Your Texas Franchise Tax Account

Learning how to close out your Texas Franchise Tax Account will save you on unnecessary late fees. Closing out your Texas franchise tax account is an important and separate step after you close your sales tax account. You will need...

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Are Remote Sellers Considered an In-State Seller or an Out-of-State Seller?

A remote seller must determine if you are an in-state or out-of-state seller before you register for sales tax. When you register for sales tax in all the states where you have nexus (physical or economic), you need to...

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