How will the Wayfair decision effect your business? ENexus Answers.
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Our Goal is to enable the marketplace with powerful resources to stay informed and appropriately react to the ongoing sales and use tax Nexus changes in the United States. As a result of the US Supreme Court Case (Wayfair v. South Dakota, decided June 21, 2018) all remote sellers must either collect and remit sales and use tax in multiple states or qualify as a Small Seller. If your sales are exempt your company will need a sound Certificate Solution that can withstand audit scrutiny.
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If your ENexus Percentage is higher than 100% in any given state with a Remote Seller Law your company has likely established Economic Nexus in the jurisdiction(s). If your ENexus Percentage is lower than 100% your company likely qualifies as a Small Seller. The typical state Economic Nexus threshold is between $100,000 to $250,000 in annual gross receipts or 200 sales, however, outliers do exist and new guidance is released daily. Use this free simple tool to track your ENexus status as you grow.
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US Supreme Court
Oral Argument - January 19, 1977
Sets forth the Four Prong Test
Not Overruled by Wayfair