New Economic Nexus States as of October 1st

Economic nexus laws have been enacted by more states since June 2018, U.S. Supreme Court Case, Wayfair vs South Dakota. This simply means when you pass the threshold of unit sales or total sales in the period, your business...

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Virtual Address and Scanning Service Before Sales Tax Registration

Before you get registered for sales tax permits having a virtual address service to scan your mail will save you time, money, and frustration.  This is especially important for foreign e-commerce sellers selling on one of the major platforms,...

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Who is the Retailer when You Sell on Amazon.com?

Are you, as a third-party seller, the retailer or is Amazon? Who is required to collect and remit the sales tax? Both are important questions. Look at the reality when answering these two important questions. Review of Amnesty in the...

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Multistate Taxation Commission’s (MTC) Workgroup Meeting-Wayfair vs South Dakota

The MTC had its initial meeting for the Wayfair Implementation and Marketplace Facilitator Work Group on September 5th. We are one of a few chosen outside businesses included in this workgroup along with states, large corporations, and other sales tax firms. You...

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Amazon Seller Steps After You Receive Your California Assessment Letter

You will receive a California assessment letter from California’s Department of Tax and Fee Administration (CDFTA), if you have been selling on Amazon via FBA, have stock in California, and haven’t registered to collect and remit sales tax soon.   As...

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Critical Sales Tax Compliance Steps Foreign Sellers Must Know

Sales tax compliance steps foreign sellers contains a lot of misinformation online. Our goal is to clear that up for you. As an international e-commerce seller, which may be obvious if you’re selling on Amazon.com and using FBA, it’s...

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Why the South Dakota vs Wayfair U.S. Supreme Court Case Affects Your E-Commerce Business

June 21st Update: The U.S. Supreme Court Decision 5-4 Favors South Dakota vs Wayfair! This case overturned the physical presence standard requirement from the Quill case dating back to 1992.  Since this South Dakota vs Wayfair case, this now means...

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The 5 Costly Sales Tax Permit Registration Mistakes To Avoid

As an e-commerce seller, obtaining a sales tax permit is a vital part o fyour process to collect and remit sales tax. Remitting sales tax requires obtaining sales tax permits or licenses to collect in the states where you...

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