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SCOTUS on Wayfair case: The path forward for sales-and-use tax reporting

Published on: Jun 29, 2018

The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) has issued the much-anticipated decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair Inc. What are potential implications of the decision for the sales-and-use tax landscape and remote sellers? We’ll discuss:

  • Issues SCOTUS considered in reaching its decision, possible responses by South Dakota and other states, and potential implications for remote sellers.
  • Potential Congressional actions in light of the decision.
  • Practical considerations for tax compliance, including how IT systems, business models and processes, and financial statement positions might be impacted by the decision.

Participants will gain insights into this pivotal SCOTUS decision and potential significant changes to internal systems and processes that companies may need to consider.

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