State and local tax laws got shaken up in 2018 when the Supreme Court ruled that states may charge taxes on purchases from out-of-state sellers, even if the seller does not maintain a physical presence in the taxing state. This legislation completely reshaped the environment for determining a remote seller’s obligation to collect sales tax, resulting in all sellers of tangible goods needing to evaluate where they may be obligated to collect and remit sales tax. Listen on as CRI Partners Mac Smith and Kris Hoffman discuss the latest in the state and local tax landscape in the aftermath of this monumental decision.

Episode 2 – South Dakota vs. Wayfair, Inc.: What’s the Latest?

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