Articles by This Professional
January 30, 2018
In the decades since the physical presence nexus standard for use tax collection was established by the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Quill Corp. v. North Dakota, electronic commerce has grown to enormous proportions. Thanks to the physical presence rule established for remote sellers in Quill, many online sellers are not required to collect tax in all of the states where the retailer has customers.
May 16, 2017
When a company is undergoing a sales and use tax audit, the use of sampling procedures by the auditor can be daunting and can sometimes result in unplanned difficulties for the company. It is extremely important to get ahead of the game and to ensure that the use of sampling procedures does not inadvertently create undue problems for the company.
May 2, 2017
Since the release of the House Republican tax reform “Blueprint” in June 2016, which was shortly followed by the release of the Trump proposal later that summer, there has been endless discussion of the proposed tax reform and what the ramifications will be at the federal level.
November 28, 2016
When our professionals provide multistate tax consulting services to a company, we approach the tax issue with a mindset that our efforts are designed to ensure that the company doesn’t pay any more tax than what is legally owed to a taxing jurisdiction.
View all articles from this Professional
April 15, 2015
The U.S. economy is constantly fluctuating, which makes for an ever-changing landscape in corporate America. For many companies, uncertainty in the economy can result in an array of changes such as downsizing, mergers, acquisitions and expansions. Keeping up with corporate changes and their impact on business operations can be a daunting task for the corporate sales and use tax department, especially since most tax departments are in a constant state of maintaining compliance and reactively defending the compliance during audits from various taxing jurisdictions.