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U.S. Supreme Court: Remote Sellers Can Be Required to Collect Sales and Use Taxes in a State Where the Seller Has No Physical Presence (IndyBar Seminar on November 13) - Taxation News

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Posted on: Oct 24, 2018

By Nathan Hagerman, Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP

On June 21, the U.S. Supreme Court in Wayfair v. South Dakota removed physical presence as the standard for imposition of state sales taxes on remote sellers. The decision overruled a longstanding bright-line physical presence requirement that a state could not require remote sellers, such as an internet or mail order sellers, to collect sales and use tax unless the seller had physical presence in the state. The Tax Section's November 13 CLE discusses the state’s reactions and best practices for remote sellers in the wake of Wayfair.

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