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. Adding to that challenge is how quickly many states are changing their rules.
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.
How to create a nexus checklist.
Shane is a Senior Manager in the State and Local Tax Department at Clark Nuber, P.S. in Bellevue Washington. Shane focuses on state and local indirect tax obligations for companies of all sizes operating across the United States and beyond. He collaborates with companies in developing scalable processes to support effective and dynamic indirect tax calculation and compliance, especially sales and use tax.