Online Marketplace Seller Voluntary Disclosure Initiative Update for Amazon FBA Sellers

Amazon FBA Sellers: Online Marketplace Seller Voluntary Disclosure Initiative Update   The big opportunity for Amazon FBA sellers who have never collected and remitted sales tax to apply for Amnesty (or complete sales tax and income tax forgiveness) in many states,...

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Amazon FBA Sellers: Multistate Taxation Commission’s Program Offers Sales Tax Amnesty

Sales Tax System is gearing up to help thousands of Amazon FBA third party sellers get into compliance with sales tax through a new program offered by the Multistate Taxation Commission. Amazon.com FBA sellers (a third-party seller) are required to...

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Why Your CPA Maybe Wrong about Your Sales Tax Responsibility as an Amazon FBA Seller

Update: Since the June 21st, 2018 U.S. Supreme Court Decision, South Dakota vs Wayfair, your CPA may be scrambling to figure out how many states you may have to collect and remit sales tax with the traditional nexus (FBA...

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Costly Mistakes to Avoid when Applying for Sales Tax Permits – for Amazon FBA Sellers

As of April 1, Amazon.com is now collecting and remitting sales tax in all 45 states that charge sales tax, BUT you as a third-party seller are still required to collect and remit where you have nexus (your stock...

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Amazon Will Collect & Remit Sales Tax in All States….. What About FBA Sellers?

FBA Sellers, Don't get too excited about the headlines this week which state Amazon is now required to collect and remit sales tax come April 1st.  While this news is true, it only affects products that Amazon sells directly....

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U.S. Tax Complexities Affecting Foreign Sellers Using Amazon.com FBA

Amazon.com has over 55% of E-Commerce businesses, making it the largest platform in the world for selling products online. It currently operates in 11 markets and is rapidly expanding into the international market. There are two important factors to consider...

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Stuck? Use Our Simple Sales Tax Calculator

Are you collecting and remitting sales tax as an e-commerce seller? If not, perhaps you are just started out and you have been told to focus on your sales first (makes sense) and get to sales tax later (which...

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Behind on Sales Tax? Move Forward.

Applying for sales tax permits may be simple in a few states and more complex in others. It is essential that you move forward to start collecting and remitting sales tax. If you have a lot more time than...

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