With continuous growth of e-commerce and popularity of consumer shopping on the internet, states are pursuing new methods of revenue collection through nexus expansion rules, reporting requirements and taxation of online transactions.
How may your business be affected by the expanding economic nexus provisions for sales and use tax? What are the “click-through” nexus provisions? What are the recent state challenges to Quill? Is Quill’s physical presence standard still viable? What might happen if the Quill standard is overturned or extinguished via federal legislation?
Listen as state and local tax professionals from Baker Tilly and Horwood Marcus & Berk explore these issues and several more.
The program also discussed the following topics in the context of sales and use tax
- What it means to assist in making a market
- What it means to be an agent or representative
- Potential traps and areas of noncompliance
- Remediation of past exposures
Baker Tilly speakers
- Ilya Lipin, Manager, State and Local Tax, Baker Tilly
- Justin Stone, Associate, Horwood Marcus & Berk
For more information on this topic, or to learn how Baker Tilly state and local tax specialists can help, contact our team.
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