Many organizations are still grappling with the aftermath of the South Dakota vs. Wayfair decision in 2018. This ruling stated that companies who are selling remotely into jurisdictions, even without physical locations, may now have to collect and remit tax if they hit a certain economic threshold. A ruling like this levels the playing field between online and brick and mortar retailers.
While indirect tax may seem like a common phenomenon in the United States and throughout the world, the thousands of state and local jurisdictions for tax is making it increasingly complicated.
The best solution to navigating these complexities is to automate the tax function. This on-demand webcast focuses on the new world reality facing retailers who are seeking to minimize risk and uncertainty in their finance and operations.
In this on-demand webcast, you will learn:
What the Wayfair ruling means and how it further complicates tax
How sales tax automation can help your business with improving tax accuracy, determination, and reporting
Actions businesses should be taking now to ensure sales tax compliance, reducing audit risk, and lowering costs
Featured Vertex Speaker
Pete Olanday, Retail Practice Leader
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