The recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling in South Dakota v. Wayfair will dramatically change the landscape for online sellers when it comes to sales tax. It’s likely that the states will now increase their efforts to collect sales tax on online sales, and companies could be required to collect and remit sales tax in up to 45 states. Any business that sells goods remotely could be affected, which means some companies may need to invest in new technology and processes for taxes.
During our webcast we will talk with thought leaders from Vertex about what the ruling means for the end-to-end tax process at affected businesses. What should businesses be doing to prepare to comply with new rules? How could automating the tax process assist with the new calculation and reporting requirements of the Supreme Court decision?
Zak Stambor, Editor Online Marketing, Internet Retailer
Nancy Manzano, Director in the Chief Tax Office, Vertex Inc.
Pete Olanday, Practice Leader- Consulting, Retail Practice, Vertex Inc.
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