Supreme Court Ruling Scrambles Online Retailers
The decision "could turn out to be almost as significant for American businesses as the recent rewrite of the U.S. federal tax code."
Avalara Shares Jump On First Day Of Trading
Shares of the Seattle-based sales tax automation company soar after pricing at $24 per share on Wednesday.
A ‘Sad Case’ of Execs’ Personal Liability for Sales Taxes
Marina company officers fail to escape responsibility for paying delinquent sales taxes.
Expanding or Relocating? Bring in the Tax Department
Tax departments can provide strategic tax planning to mitigate risk, minimize tax liabilities, and secure business incentives.
CFO Daily Roundup of July 22, 2015
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Let States Mandate Tax Collection by Out-of-state Retailers
Whether you're running the government or a business you need to be able to project a revenue stream, says Thomas Secor, president of Durable Corporation.
Don’t Let States Make Outside Retailers Collect Sales Taxes
Physical presence is still the best rule for allowing states to require tax collection by retailers, according to Rick Smith, president of Chef’s Resources.
Should Online Retailers Be Required to Collect State Taxes?
Four participants in the debate contend on whether states should get new taxing power.
Sales Tax Bill Seeks to Ease Online Retailer Burdens
The new sales tax bill would trim 10,000 taxing authorities down to 46.
Small Businesses Crave Tax Reform Too
But they worry lawmakers won't take into account the impact on small businesses when considering changes to the tax code.