Wayfair Impact – One month in, what has been the reaction?

PDF/Printer Friendly Version Four weeks ago, the United States Supreme Court reversed over 51 years of nexus precedence with its decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair. Internet businesses and the states alike now must make sense of the impact of the decision. While Wayfair provided some guidance, there is not a bright-line standard that applies to all states (maybe Congress could change that, but who knows if or when Congress will take action to protect taxpayers and small businesses). Leading up to Wayfair, states have varied their approach to get around the National Bellas Hess and Quill decisions which protected remote sellers from collecting sales tax unless the sellers had a physical pre

Oil and Gas Production Exemption

Recently enacted Substitute House Bill No. 430 (Bill), which is effective September 13, 2018, clarifies the scope of the sales and use tax e

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