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As many states are now requiring remote sellers with no physical presence in a state to collect sales tax on sales of taxable products and services delivered to customers in that state, it is imperative to review some of the sales tax and income tax risks associated with these fundamental changes. Furthermore, it is equally important as businesses are finding themselves filing in more states, it is essential to explore some of the planning mitigation opportunities, such as taxability considerations for sales tax, and sales sourcing considerations for income tax.
|Jim Bartek, CPA
Partner, Market Leader – State and Local Tax Services
|Jason Rosenberg, CPA, CGMA, EA, MST
Senior Manager, State and Local Tax Services