On June 21, 2018, the U.S. Supreme Court issued its opinion in South Dakota v. Wayfair, a landmark sales and use tax nexus case that will have implications for many multistate businesses. With this ruling, a state can now require an out-of-state seller to collect sales tax on sales to customers in that state if it has a sufficient level of sales or transactions into the state (economic nexus), i.e., even though the remote seller lacks an in-state physical presence.
Watch our webinar, Sales and Use Tax Collection Responsibilities – Post Wayfair Decision, and learn about the impacts this ruling will have on your business. By watching this webinar you’ll learn:
Tony Switajewski, CPA, MST
As a tax partner, Tony has over 30 years of experience in federal and state taxation and has specialized in multistate taxation issues for the past 20 years. He is a partner in the firm’s State and Local Tax Consulting Practice and Tax Advisory Group, specializing in business, personal, and sales and use taxation for multinational enterprises, as well as for privately held businesses and their owners.
Throughout his career Tony has gained industry experience in manufacturing, distribution, retail, construction, biotechnology, software development, e-commerce, and financial services.
Kyle Tanguay, CPA, MST
Kyle Tanguay began his career with blum in 2016. Kyle has experience with Federal, State and Local Tax Compliance and Planning for Businesses and Individuals. Kyle is a member of blum's State and Local Tax group.