NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--One year ago, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) decided the Wayfair case, which had historic implications for online retail and e-commerce industries. Is your team still struggling with how best to comprehend this historic legal tax decision? Wolters Kluwer tax and accounting experts launch a complimentary, dynamic website to help businesses, accounting professionals and the public make sense of what many experts have called ‘the tax case of the millennium.’
Though the significant case was only decided one year ago, many key issues are still outstanding. The new Wolters Kluwer sales tax nexus website holds several web tools and thought leadership that provide answers and insight into several of the most complicated questions surrounding the impact of the Wayfair decision.
“This is an evolving issue and one that is different depending on where the merchant sells and the buyer purchases,” said Mark Friedlich, Senior Principal, Wolters Kluwer Tax and Accounting North America. “Requirements for businesses are based on individual approaches by states and will require the navigation of differing, complex and continually evolving sales and use tax obligations. The Wolters Kluwer sales tax nexus website offers important context and insight for anyone affected by the Supreme Court decision.”
Additional resources include the Wolters Kluwer Whole Ball of Tax resource center, which includes a wide range of topical press releases and updated charts featuring analysis from our federal and state tax experts.
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