The proposed Marketplace Fairness Act, which allows states to collect tax from out-of-state online sellers even if they don’t have a physical presence there, was recently reintroduced in the Senate. The effort is being lauded by the National Retail Federation, which represents many brick-and-mortar companies. See what the new measure calls for and how it would impact retailers.
Marketplace Fairness Act
If the Marketplace Fairness Act were to pass, will it really have a serious impact on mom-and-pop online merchants? Jonathan Barsade, CEO of Exactor, dives into the complicated and highly debated online sales tax issue and discusses how proper compliance software will ease the possible burden for small ecommerce shops.