If you're in eCommerce, chances are you've heard about the landmark case South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. In this case, the US Supreme Court decided to allow states to require sales tax for online purchases regardless if a seller has a presence there or not.
Ok, let's make a very complicated subject easy to understand: Every state will likely have its own online sales tax rules
Sounds daunting, right? Well... not really. We are thankful to have partners such as Avalara (a world leader in automated tax software) to provide an easy solution for tax compliance. When you use Avalara, eCommerce store owners get a fast and easy way to manage their sales tax calculations. John Regan did a bang up job giving us a 30-minute lunch and learn on the topic.
If you're up for it, you can read about the case here:
For an in depth review and analysis of the recent online sales tax decision (from Avalara's lens) you can go here
And if you're looking for someone to help you through this new rule, simply call us. We can help.
eCommerce Developers Drew and Tamera soak in how to mitigate MSTM (Manual Sales Tax Mayhem)