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The Wayfair sales tax ruling: Implications for private companies

Published on: Feb 27, 2019

The US Supreme Court's decision in Wayfair v. South Dakota (Wayfair) in June 2018 overruled the prior judicially created sales/use tax nexus standard of physical presence as it applied to South Dakota's sales/use tax nexus statutes. What impact is this having on private companies with remote seller transactions involving the sale of goods and services? We'll discuss:

  • Sales tax collection responsibilities for remote sellers.
  • Potential implications for state income and franchise taxes, as well as financial reporting of direct and indirect taxes.
  • Data, process, technology, and resource needs for increased tax compliance burdens.

Participants will explore unfolding implications of Wayfair beyond sales tax and how private companies may respond.

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