Congress Takes Aim at Online Sellers; Prepare for the Fallout

Posted on

Author: Kay Gotshall

Here is an interesting article about how online companies may eventually be subject to sales tax in different states. If you have any online companies, especially one that sells tangible property with affiliates or independent representatives in other states, this is something you need to consider. The new Amazon or click through nexus rules are being passed in a lot of states.

Read more here from CCH’s “Figures”: Congress Takes Aim at Online Sellers 

About the Author

Kay serves several of Keiter’s larger corporate clients with their FAS 109 tax provision and returns. Currently, Kay leads the Keiter multi-state tax team, which is primarily responsible for a majority of the multi-state tax filings prepared by the firm. In addition, the Keiter multi-state tax team provides income, as well as, sales and use audit and research support services. Kay works on a wide variety of industries, since most of her clients are multi-state. Some of the specific industries she serves include services, broker-dealers, manufacturing, and construction. Furthermore she consults with a variety of clients on filing requirements for multi states and foreign company ownership and operations.

More Insights from Kay F. Gotshall, CPA

The information contained within this article is provided for informational purposes only and is current as of the date published. Online readers are advised not to act upon this information without seeking the service of a professional accountant, as this article is not a substitute for obtaining accounting, tax, or financial advice from a professional accountant.


How Can We Help You and Your Business?

Innsbrook Corporate Center
4401 Dominion Boulevard
Glen Allen, Virginia 23060

804.747.0000 or 804.273.6200