Sales Tax Economic Nexus Standards

The definitive 50-State roadmap

Remote sellers, including SaaS companies and online retailers, must navigate a regulatory free-for-all following the Supreme Court’s decision in “South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc.

What’s changed with sales tax?

On June 21, 2018, the Supreme Court eliminated the requirement that only businesses with in-state physical presence were subject to sales tax. States now have the right to impose tax requirements on businesses with a certain level of economic activity in their sate.

Where and when?

In the absence of the physical presence standard, many states have already enacted legislation effective as early as July 2018; others have set a date for implementation, and the remainder is weighing their options.

Who’s affected?

Online retailers selling goods and services in multiple states-not just e-commerce businesses, but also SaaS companies.

How much?

Just $10,000 could now trigger sales tax compliance requirements (nexus).

sales tax nexus by state

 

 

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