You’ve probably heard all about nexus. If not, it’s a pretty simple concept: having enough presence in a state that you need to collect sales tax in that state. What’s not so simple to understand is what determines significant physical presence in other states. Why? Because most states make their own rules and define “presence” differently.
While we can’t change the rules, we can help you know which ones apply to you.
Which activities create nexus in most states
The difference between Origin-based and Destination-based states
When you should review your nexus activities
Learn what to look for to evaluate nexus
Judy Vorndran leads the state and local tax (SALT) practice at TaxOps, helping clients navigate the morass of SALT issues with the goal of making it less “Taxing!”. She is a recognized thought leader and award-winning instructor to clients and tax professionals alike with a steady focus on finding ways to simplify complex SALT issues and areas of state tax controversy. Judy monitors the legislative, judicial, and regulatory tax landscape to assess the tax impact on businesses, and has helped successfully change the laws in a number of states and jurisdictions. Previously, Judy was the first National Tax Resource at a Top 100 CPA Firm, where she launched the firm’s SALT practice. She also spent 14 years exclusively focusing on SALT at PwC and Deloitte, extensively traveling the U.S. helping clients implement best practices and reduce SALT risks.