South Dakota v. Wayfair One Year Later – Retrospective and Look Ahead Webinar

Alex Forbes
June 17, 2019

Since the groundbreaking Supreme Court decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair last June, tax compliance requirements of sellers have undergone a seismic shift. In recent months, we have also witnessed a series of after-shocks directed at setting the foundation for U.S. sales tax compliance in the modern age.

In a live webinar and Q&A, “South Dakota v. Wayfair One Year Later,” on Thursday, June 27 at 11:00 a.m. EDT, Chuck Maniace, vice president of regulatory analysis and design, Sovos, will share where businesses should already be collecting and remitting sales tax in today’s post-Wayfair economic nexus landscape. Also:

  • Get the latest information on recent regulatory changes in California, Colorado, Arizona and Louisiana.
  • Learn the latest downstream implications as more states begin using marketplaces as tax collectors, each with varying rules to ensure continual compliance.
  • Hear how states are seeking sales tax determination and filing simplifications, and working with tax compliance solution providers for state certifications that will further benefit your business.
  • Have your questions answered and learn what others are doing to ensure compliance now and into the future.

There is no denying that economic nexus requirements are here to stay and that rules will continue to develop and evolve over time. Given this dynamic environment, companies must stay alert to critical changes impacting their organizations and technologically nimble in order to pivot as necessary to maintain compliance amid this shifting landscape.

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Alex Forbes

Alex Forbes is Senior Manager, Content Marketing, at Sovos. When not helping readers navigate their tax-related digital business transformation journeys, he enjoys day tripping around New England with his wife.
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