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||There are 100,000 state and local jurisdictions in the U.S., and all have taxing power, and that taxing power changed with the U.S. Supreme Court's Wayfair decision.
About The Wayfair Decision
A state's ability to impose taxes on a multi-state business has historically been limited by nexus standards rooted in the U.S. Constitution. In 2018, the U.S. Supreme Court, in South Dakota v. Wayfair, overturned its long-standing rule in Quill Corp. v. North Dakota, that nexus, for state use tax collection purposes, requires some form of physical presence in the taxing state.
What This Training Session Covers
This training session discusses the emerging trends re economic nexus for income and sales tax purposes; highlights methods to minimize nexus and tax and penalties for prior periods; examines special areas including internet sales, software, electronic services, and use tax notification requirements; identifies useful tools for researching nexus; and reviews in detail the rules for nexus and sourcing in eight bellwether states, which cover more than 50% of markets and economic activity within the U.S.
Agenda / Covered Topics
- Basic principles of income, gross receipt, and sales tax nexus
- Emerging trends including economic nexus for income and sales tax purposes
- The U.S. Supreme Court case Wayfair
- Special areas including internet sales, software, electronic services, and use tax notification requirements
- Tools for researching nexus
- Rules for nexus and sourcing in major states
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||The Accounting Continuing Professional Education Network (ACPEN) CPE network, sponsored by State CPA Societies in many states, is dedicated to bringing highly relevant, interactive, and world-class professional development and CPE courses to every CPA in the most convenient and economical ways possible.
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