Sales & Use Tax Solutions

for Today's Business Environment
Save time and
automate with state & local tax partners that know the ropes.

Simplify + Automate

your sales & use tax compliance with confidence.

Make sales & use tax a streamlined part of every transaction, by connecting our tax technology with your source systems.
Using the only technology solution endorsed by the AICPA, we provide the expertise, collaboration, and support you need.

Key Benefits:   

Reliable


​Scalable


Flexible


Cost Efficient


Always Current Rates

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CALCULATE TAX

We supply current rates and rules based on location and product classification.

KNOW WHERE TO REGISTER

We track your sales to show you where you're obligated to file, and we get you registered.

FILE & REMIT TAX

We prepare and file returns, and remit payments to taxing jurisdictions on your behalf.

MANAGE CERTIFICATES

Automate workflows for certificate requests, collection, validation and reporting to improve compliance.

Manage with Confidence

advisory solutions designed to uncover your sales & use tax exposure

Doing business in the U.S. involves thousands of taxing jurisdictions and constantly changing rules and rates.
Save time and confidently manage your growing business with sales & use tax partners who know the ropes.

NEXUS STUDIES

With over 11,000 taxing jurisdictions and 60,000 different tax rates accross the U.S., we can help determine your organizations exposure.

CONSULTING

Let our SALT team help you navigate the constantly changing sales and use landscape. 

PRODUCT TAXABILITY REVIEW

Determine whether your products and services are taxable, exempt or treated specially in any jurisdiction nationwide.

AUDIT REPRESENTATION

Avoid traps and get the best possible outcome if your organization is selected for audit.

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Why a Sales & Use Tax Discussion Now?

The Wayfair Act -

Before South Dakota v. Wayfair there was North Dakota v. Quill - This 1992 Supreme Court decision was the law of the land which determined that businesses must have a “physical presence” in a state to collect sales tax.

As the business landscape evolved and more and more businesses began using the Internet to sell their products and services, many states began challenging the Quill decision and South Dakota was most aggressive.

In June of 2018, the Supreme Court overturned the Quill decision based on the monumental case of South Dakota v. Wayfair.

This decision; know today as the "Wayfair Act", expanded the definition of nexus to include economic presence (not just a physical presence) as a determining factor in which businesses are liable to collect & remit sales & use tax. 

What's Changed?

The impact has proved to be staggering as states and local jurisdictions are rapidly enforcing new economic nexus guidelines; as of April 2019, 38 states have enacted economic nexus reporting.

Economic thresholds are defined by total gross revenues and/or number of transactions, with each jurisdiction having unique thresholds and there being over 11,000 taxing jurisdictions within the 50 states. There are more than 60,000 different tax rates among those jurisdictions.

With the ability to collect from online transactions, jurisdictions are estimated to collect an estimated $8-$23 billion in new tax revenues across the US.

Jurisdictions are hiring more auditors, Wisconsin Department of Revenue has hired 102 new auditors and increased their division by one-third, generating an estimate of $88 million in additional revenue. California has added 100 new auditors and will generate an estimate of $371 million in additional revenue each year.