South Dakota vs Wayfair Supreme Court Case Ramifications

June 21st Update: The U.S. Supreme Court Decision 5-4 Favors South Dakota vs Wayfair! This case overturned the physical presence standard requirement from the Quill case dating back to 1992.  This now means that even if you don't have a...

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A Complete 10-Step Sales Tax Permit Registration Process

We know you want to focus on selling online, not worry about sales tax compliance. There may be several options, file for permits on your own, hire your CPA, go through an online service... The key is to have...

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E-Commerce Sales Tax Permit Registration Mistakes to Avoid

As an e-commerce seller, you realize that collecting and remitting sales tax is required. This means obtaining a sales tax license or permit to collect and remit sales tax in the states where you have sales tax nexus. Our...

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Trump vs. Amazon Tax War: How to Win as a Third-Party Seller

President Trump continues to go after Amazon for several issues including paying its share of taxes. Those taxes include sales taxes. Amazon, since April 1, 2017, has been collecting and remitting sales tax in all 45 states on the...

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Is Your Amazon FBA Inventory Subject to Seizure for Not Paying Sales Tax?

There have been a lot of changes with sales tax cases over the past year from the Amnesty period this past fall, to Amazon collecting sales tax in Washington and now Pennsylvania. It is very clear that as an...

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Why You Should Trademark Your Brand, Especially Selling on Amazon

In order to protect your product and Amazon business, utilizing Amazon's Brand Registry is an important consideration. Here is more on Amazon's Brand Registry Program. Overall, lots of people affected by Amazon's "new" policy, in 2017. It is extremely frustrating to be...

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Amazon to Turn Over their List of FBA Sellers to the State of Massachusetts…

Bad News for FBA Sellers NOT in Compliance... You may have seen this BIG announcement from Amazon over the past few days if not this is important to review. The good news is that you may already have a sales tax permit in the...

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Critical Steps for Sales Tax Compliance as an International E-Commerce Sellers

As an international e-commerce seller, which may be obvious if you’re selling on Amazon.com and using FBA, it’s one of the best, most strategic ways to grow your international business. What may be less obvious are all the steps...

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