Beyond the sales tax complexity of marketplace facilitator laws, states have used the Wayfair decision to implement new rules for marketplaces. From policing stolen goods to expanded income tax obligations, marketplace tax laws are far reaching. Here’s how they’ve changed, and how they’re impacting remote sellers.
Tax and Regulations
As of July 1, the EU is updating how retailers calculate Value-Added Tax (VAT) when selling goods into member countries. This extends a 2015 change to include low-cost ecommerce goods under 22 Euros. Peter Boerhof of Vertex helps us better understand the implications for sellers in our latest MCM CommerceChat podcast.
With 2020 in the rearview, retailers are seeing increased ecommerce sales, expanding into new markets and demographics. But emerging legislation presents a wild card, and states are auditing more closely to recapture lost sales tax revenue. Join MCM and Vertex expert Pete Olanday in this live webinar that explores the issues.
In the era of ecommerce explosion, the lines between purchases are getting blurred internally. With stores closed or operating at limited capacity, many are now using them to fulfill ecommerce orders. All of this has sales tax consequences. This MCM report addresses the impact of the shifting retail landscape on sales tax considerations.
Some companies are seeing booming ecommerce sales due to COVID-19, while others are experiencing a big hit. Whether you’re a new or existing online business, both scenarios have ecommerce tax compliance implications you need to be aware of. Here are some useful tips to help you stay on top of this important issue.
With ecommerce, catalog and other merchants still wrestling with the impact of the June 2018 South Dakota vs. Wayfair decision, some states are retroactively seeking sales tax from out-of-state online sellers. California, South Carolina and Louisiana are separately seeking taxes as far back as five years. Some question the legal justification.
To help ecommerce sellers better understand the landscape a year-plus after the Wayfair decision, Multichannel Merchant spoke with Mark Sieczkowski, senior product manager at Vertex, in an MCM CommerceChat podcast. Sieczkowski addresses registration, reporting and filing requirements and manual vs. automated processes.
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.