Marketplace Facilitator Changes in 2023

If you sell on a Marketplace facilitator such as Amazon, as you know, they now collect and remit sales tax in over 47 Marketplace nexus states (including D.C. and Alaska at the local level).  Missouri will add marketplace nexus...

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Amazon Sales Tax Requirements for Third-Party Sellers in 2023

You may have read the online comments around the world about the relief that Amazon.com is finally collecting and remitting sales tax on behalf of third-party sellers in over 47 marketplace nexus states (which includes D.C. and Alaska, which...

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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.  Update October 2019, at...

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Sales Tax Permit Registration Mistakes To Avoid

As an e-commerce seller, obtaining a sales tax permit is a vital part of your 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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U.S. Tax Complexities Affecting Foreign Sellers Using Amazon.com FBA

There are two important factors to consider if you are a foreign seller looking to use Amazon.com via FBA. U.S. Federal Tax Responsibilities U.S. Sales Tax Responsibilities There is a lot of confusion around both subjects. Many sellers are from...

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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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