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The new tax reform law, known as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, was signed by President Trump on December 22, 2017. It represents the most sweeping rewrite of federal tax code in more than 30 years. Visit our dedicated tax reform page to learn more about implications for you and your business.

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Learn how your retail company can help boost sales by leveraging data collection, easy deliveries, in-store experiences, tech savvy sales associates, and more.

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Amazon sellers and vendors are subject to specific business structures, fees, and sales-tax requirements. Learn how they could affect your business.

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Understand key changes in economic nexus and marketplace facilitator collection requirements for multinational companies.

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Certain California marketplace sellers may qualify for sales and use tax relief following a bill recently passed by the state.

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In May 2019, Texas enacted two laws requiring marketplace providers to collect and remit sellers use tax on remote sales.

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The new economic nexus bill raises the threshold for retailers’ gross receipts to $500,000 and adds tax provisions for marketplace facilitators.

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Washington State’s Substitute Senate Bill 5581 introduces significant changes for businesses. Discover new tax obligations, effective dates, and more.

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This 2019 first-quarter update covers some of the most important issues for companies in the technology, communication and media, and life sciences industries.

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Post-Wayfair, most states are expected to pass economic nexus laws in 2019. Here’s what you need to know about the new rules and roll-on dates.

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Post-Wayfair, most states are expected to pass economic nexus laws in 2019. Here’s what changed for sellers who do business across state lines.

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Following South Dakota v. Wayfair, states may impose sales and use tax on remote sellers that don’t have physical presence. Discover implications for other out-of-state financial institutions.

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In this webcast, we cover key tax changes that impact technology, communications and media, and life sciences companies; discuss how these changes might affect your business; and help you determine if your company is subject to tax exposure.

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Learn about important year-end tax issues facing the technology, communications and media, and life sciences industries—and how to stay ahead of them.

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Learn about important tax issues facing the technology, communications and media, and life sciences industries in 2018—and how to stay ahead of them.

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Interstate vendors are subject to tax laws in each state where they sell goods or services following the US Supreme Court’s Wayfair ruling.

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The Washington Department of Revenue announced that it will require certain remote sellers to begin collecting Washington retail sales tax by October 1, 2018.

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The US Supreme Court recently overturned South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc., reversing the long-standing physical presence nexus standard for sales and use tax. In this webcast, we address implications of the standard’s reversal and its potential effects on small vendors and rem...

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We look at revenue recognition, the outcome of South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc., state tax updates, and more in our Q2 update.

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US Supreme Court overturns physical presence, allowing states to use economic Nexus to impose sales tax collection.

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The US Supreme Court has granted the first review of a sales tax nexus case in 25 years, which may impact remote retailers.