Marketplace Facilitator Tax Laws: What They Are and How to Prepare

| Scott Peterson

Marketplace facilitators like Amazon, Etsy, Rakuten, Walmart.com and eBay, are now required in 10 states to collect and remit sales tax resulting from third-party transactions, and several additional states will follow suit. Preparation is the name of the game to be compliant with ever-changing tax legislation.

Toys R Us Expected to Make a Comeback for the Holidays

| Daniela Forte

Children everywhere can rejoice, as Toys R Us plans to make a comeback with stores in time for the holiday season. A year after shuttering operations in the U.S., Toys R Us will return with half a dozen stores and an ecommerce site. Here is a look at the plans the the recently-defunct-and-now-back toy company has for the holidays.

Prime Day Crystal Ball: What Will This Year Bring?

| Daniela Forte

Amazon announced Prime Day will be a two-day event starting at midnight on July 15. If you think that somehow this concocted shopping holiday has lost steam over the years, you’d be mistaken. Here is a look into the crystal ball to find out what this Prime Day is expected to bring.

Amazon Makes Changes to Seller Policies

| Daniela Forte

Amazon is implementing new seller policies this month aimed at making the shopping experience easier on the site, while also protecting consumers. Here are the categories that are most impacted by this change.

South Dakota vs. Wayfair, One Year Later

| Mike O'Brien

One year ago, the U.S. Supreme Court’s landmark decision in South Dakota vs. Wayfair forever changed the ecommerce taxation landscape in the U.S. In the latest MCM CommerceChat podcast, we talk with Mike Bernard, chief tax officer at Vertex, about the ripple effects from the ruling impacting the entire ecommerce ecosystem.

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