States Respond to SCOTUS Wayfair Decision
May 2, 2020
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The US Supreme Court decision that overturned Quill in the South Dakota v Wayfair case has many states making or considering law changes related to sales tax compliance for out-of-state sellers.

The following is a listing of effective dates, gross receipt amounts, number of transactions and notes, generated as of July 1, 2021. This listing outlines how certain states are reacting to adjust their current rules. The Wayfair decision is an extremely important event, as it opens-up the door for states to collect sales tax from out-of-state sellers where no in-state physical presence is maintained by the seller. 

Out-of-state sellers need to consult with their accountant to determine the best way to handle compliance with the new thresholds and rules being created.

We will continue to monitor the changes that states are making after the Wayfair decision, and will periodically update information related to those changes. Check back regularly for recent developments.

Contact your Eide Bailly professional or a member of our state and local tax team for more information.

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