As online B2B companies were still adjusting to the sales tax management responsibilities stemming from the Supreme Court’s 2018 Wayfair decision, a new set of frustrations emerged in the wake of the 2020 pandemic—COVID-19. In addition to sorting through all of the changes in collecting and remitting sales tax, as well as managing the tax-exemption certificates for qualified customers, companies must now carry out these complex duties while also practicing social distancing and relying more on network connections for home-based professional staff.
Listen to this on-demand webcast to learn how online B2B companies are using best practices in cloud-based tax technology to improve compliance with new regulations and requirements, including sales thresholds for their own e-commerce sites and third-party marketplaces, and sales tax rules that can vary by product category and by state.
Viewers will learn about:
How pandemic-stressed companies can use the right mix of online tax-management and related software applications to help overall business operations and produce better sales tax records for meeting tax-collection and -remittance responsibilities.
The sales tax law trends that affect sales through online marketplaces, and sales of digital products and cloud-based technology.
What to look for regarding new sales-tax processing requirements.
Examples of how cloud-based tax-management-automation tools help online B2B sellers remain compliant with tax rules and operate more effectively under today's pandemic pressures.
Handling B2B Sales Tax in a COVID-19 World
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