Since the advent and subsequent explosion of e-commerce, the interstate economy has skyrocketed. Companies across all industries do business across state lines – whether they be brick and mortar stores through shipping, or manufacturing and distribution companies who buy and sell services to clients and software vendors issuing licenses. However, these companies may be unaware of recent implementation of Economic Nexus laws in a number of states. The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. determined that companies that sell products in another state must collect taxes in that state if they meet a certain threshold. The majority of U.S. states have implemented such Economic Nexus laws, which place an increased sales tax compliance burden on businesses with multi-state operations.

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Effective date for Economic Nexus by state.


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