E-COM Sales Tax

What You Should Be Doing To Examine Your Sales Tax Footprint For 2020

December 30, 2019
E-COM Sales Tax
What You Should Be Doing To Examine Your Sales Tax Footprint For 2020
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E-COM Sales Tax
What You Should Be Doing To Examine Your Sales Tax Footprint For 2020
Dec 30, 2019
Ryan Johnson
2018 was a big year for sales tax. No one could have predicted that sales tax would have gone all the way to the supreme court. 2019 Saw some unprecedented amount of sales tax changes. We now have two separate forms of nexus, physical and economic, to worry about. I can’t and won’t try to predict what will happen in 2020 but I want to give you a few things to look at going into the new year to help you to determine your sales tax footprint and get you going in the right direction for 2020.
Show Notes

2018 was a big year for sales tax. No one could have predicted that sales tax would have gone all the way to the supreme court. 2019 Saw some unprecedented amount of sales tax changes. We now have two separate forms of nexus, physical and economic, to worry about. I can’t and won’t try to predict what will happen in 2020 but I want to give you a few things to look at going into the new year to help you to determine your sales tax footprint and get you going in the right direction for 2020.

Additional Questions Answered:

Does it matter if my products are taxable or not to help determine whether or not to get registered for sales tax in a state?

How do I know if my products are taxable?

How do I know if I have physical nexus?

How do I know if I have economic nexus?

How do I know if I should register for sales tax in a state?

How many states should I register for sales tax in?

Should I do a voluntary disclosure agreement (VDA)?

What can Peisner Johnson do?


Top Ten Nexus Creating Activities

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