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|Online Sales Tax Compliance|
Are you ready for filing your online sales tax?
In June 2018, the US Supreme Court ruled that because more and more sales are being done online, that States can create economic nexus laws to help States collect more sales tax and to help brick and mortar stores even the playing field with eCommerce businesses. Since then, many States have passed economic nexus laws.
If you're a retailer or manufacturer who has online sales as part of your business, you may need to be charging individual state tax. Federal law now requires all online sales, from any retailer or manufacturer who sells direct, charge the appropriate state tax on each sale based on the state that the buyer is purchasing from.
Navigating the appropriate steps to account for this additional tax liability can be daunting - but it's vital that you make sure your bases are covered. That's why we've partnered with TaxJar. They have supplied us with a useful checklist for you to walk through and make sure you're ready to file in 2020.
They are also offering 2 free AutoFile credits ($50 value) and a 30-day trial period to every AFFTA member who signs up for their services.
Click to visit our member portal, fill out some basic info and download the checklist: