What does Wayfair mean for Europe’s online retailers?

The recent South Dakota v. Wayfair ruling has changed the landscape of sales tax in US. Learn to what extent the ruling will affect Europe’s retailers.

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A recent ruling by the Supreme Court of the United States of America in South Dakota v. Wayfair means that online retailers may be required to collect tax on out-of-state transactions. And unlike other changes in U.S sales tax legislation this ruling could pose significant challenges for non-US retailers that currently sell remotely into the US.

We’ve been carefully following developments in resulting legislation to help provide clarity on how the Wayfair ruling,(and the increasingly complex US tax landscape in general) might impact businesses with an online and/or physical presence in the USA.

Check out the resources we’ve created below to learn how Wayfair may affect you as well as the steps you can take to prepare your business for new legislation enacted as a result.

Why Wayfair Matters to Europe’s Remote Sellers

When it comes to the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent Wayfair decision, online sellers based in Europe and beyond would do well to heed this advice: “Click it or Ticket!”

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Quickfire Q&A on Wayfair

Read our Wayfair FAQs for easily digestible answers to the commonly asked questions!

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The world is changing, e-commerce, our type of business, is changing. Taxation is changing. Compliance is changing.

Okko Koorn
Senior Finance Officer
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