2020 Sales Tax Landscape – What Online Sellers Need to Know
As communities around the world have been impacted by a worldwide pandemic, businesses of all sizes have needed to change the way they operate entirely. This has affected everything from buying habits to business operations, and even tax policies. For Distributors or Manufacturers, who are also often managing drop shipments, exempt and cross-border sales, it’s even more complex. And since the 2018 “South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc.” Supreme Court ruling, more than 40 states and Washington, D.C. have adopted “economic nexus” policies, further increasing the responsibility of multi-state sellers. DCKAP is collaborating with our partner, Avalara, to provide businesses with information on the changes in eCommerce and sales tax updates.
Join our partners from Avalara to get a handle on what online sellers need to consider for effective sales tax management, including:
- The latest updates on these rapidly changing shifts in business
- How the state and local sales tax landscape has changed dramatically since 2018, including the impacts on drop shipments and exempt sales, and what it means for companies of all sizes
- What you need to know about South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc.
- The latest on economic nexus laws