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Last June, in an historic decision, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that a state can compel “remote sellers,” (out-of-state internet, mail-order, phone-order, etc. sellers) to collect and remit sales tax to the state. Since then, nearly every state with a sales or use tax has instituted an “economic presence” or “economic nexus” tax requiring remote sellers to collect and remit sales tax for goods or services that they sell to purchasers in those states. If you’re selling products online to customers outside of your state, or you plan to, understanding these changes will help protect you from future tax liability and penalties.Read More