Approaching Sales Tax in the Post-Wayfair Era
The Supreme Court’s decision in the landmark South Dakota v. Wayfair case in 2018 represents a historic change in the taxation of businesses, having incited a debate over the digital economy’s responsibility for the collection of sales tax. As companies increasingly conduct business across state lines, how states and the federal government craft tax legislation that addresses the evolving definition of “nexus” significantly impacts all taxpayers.
In this whitepaper, we’ll reexamine the impact of Wayfair and provide critical next steps for online retailers and digital businesses as they face significant tax compliance burdens in the years to come.
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