The Difference Between Sales Tax and Use Tax

The Difference Between Sales Tax and Use Tax

Unless you live in one of the five states that do not impose sales tax, the concept of paying a percentage of the purchase price of an item as tax is not a foreign concept. Sales tax is easily collected by sellers and paid by buyer since its rules are so...
State Guide for Digital Product Sales Tax

State Guide for Digital Product Sales Tax

From Wayfair v. South Dakota to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, it’s no secret that sales tax and the way we view it is changing. All across the nation, states are issuing letter rulings, asking questions, and amending laws to reflect an evolving marketplace where nearly...
Think You Can Skimp on Your Sales Taxes? Think Again.

Think You Can Skimp on Your Sales Taxes? Think Again.

Ever since Wayfair v. South Dakota, both states and businesses across the nation have been scrambling to keep up with the ever-changing sales tax laws. It’s high pressure times, with retailers struggling to adjust to new requirements and states pursuing fresh avenues...
California Instates New Sales Tax Law

California Instates New Sales Tax Law

Wayfair v. South Dakota changed a lot regarding sales tax and online stores, and true to many predictions, California is now leading the charge by introducing a new state law requiring out-of-state sellers to pay sales tax, come April 2019. The first sales tax law to...
Crucial Sales Tax Considerations

Crucial Sales Tax Considerations

We’ve covered a lot about sales tax lately – from when to pay, what to avoid, and even how to collect in a festival setting. But what about the logistics of registering, and who exactly has to pay the sales tax? This article should hold the answers, with three crucial...
New Amnesty Laws in Wake of Wayfair v. South Dakota

New Amnesty Laws in Wake of Wayfair v. South Dakota

Ever since the decisive Supreme Court ruling on the requirements of online businesses regarding sales tax, Wayfair v. South Dakota, states across the nation have been enacting new sales tax laws, while the businesses they affect have been left scrambling to keep up....

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