South Dakota v. Wayfair Economic Nexus Threshold Table
Sovos has put together this South Dakota v. Wayfair economic nexus thresholds table to keep you informed of each state’s effective and pending remote sales tax collection legislation. Bookmark this page and return often for updates.
Remote sellers may have obligations if your sales exceed these thresholds. As such, the ability of your tax compliance software to provide always-up-to-date “roof-top” accuracy sales tax rates for any new jurisdictional obligations should be taken into consideration. Also, be sure to work with your out of state suppliers on how to handle invoicing sales and use tax, and make sure any customers with exemptions in economic nexus states have provided up-to-date exemption certificates. Likewise, some states are creating special filing regimes for eCommerce sellers to simplify the filing process, so be sure to check if you’re eligible to avoid errors. Curious how Sovos can help?
Visit our Sales and Use Tax Determination product page to learn how it eliminates burdens and risk in a world of ever-changing sales and use tax requirements. Visit our Use Tax Manager product page to learn how it provides your tax team the visibility and control needed over tax data on every purchase - without slowing down your Accounts Payable process.
Visit our CertManager product page to learn how it simplifies and streamlines your exemption certificate management and verification process.
Visit our Sovos Sales and Use Tax Filing page to learn how Sovos Sales and Use Tax Filing can help your team file more returns accurately and on time in every jurisdiction with less effort.
As always - deciding whether or not to register for sales tax in a given jurisdiction is a serious decision - consider involving your accountant or trusted tax advisor if you have any questions or concerns.