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Qualities of Great Tax Professionals: Organization, Communication, Audits

In part one of this two-part blog series, we went over some of the key characteristics you should be looking for in your business sales tax professionals…

Qualities of Great Tax Professionals: Experience, Specialties, Interest

Sales tax and other forms of tax are a major consideration for business owners, and many look to outsource these needs to professionals to save both..

Common Business Tax Questions: Certificates and Use Tax

In part one of this two-part blog series, we looked at some of the most common tax questions often asked of business tax professionals. This is..

Common Business Tax Questions: State Obligations and Taxability

At SalesTaxSolutions.US, it’s our pride to work with ecommerce clients across a huge range of industries and business sizes to assist them with sales tax, tax..

Sales Tax Filing Mistakes: Filing Basis, Computation, Omissions

In part one of this two-part blog series, we went over some of the common mistakes we see made by businesses when they file their sales..

Sales Tax Filing Mistakes: Late Filing, No Filing, Improper Collection

Whether you file monthly, quarterly or on some other filing frequency, filing sales taxes for your e-commerce business is a vital area of operations. Proper tax..

Reasons You May Need an EIN

Although there are many reasons why your company may need an EIN (Employer Identification Number), usually it is because of an administrative reason. The primary reasons..

How Does Dropshipping Sales Tax Work?

Whether or not dropshipping sales tax applies to your business depends on whether your wholesaler is required to collect sales tax from you. If they are,..

Everything You Need to Know About Shopify Sales Tax

Shopify is not responsible to collect and remit sales tax for online sellers. It is the sellers responsibility to handle sales tax matters, which includes everything..

How Does Sales Tax Work for eCommerce?

Ecommerce sales tax works based on different laws put in place by the states that impose sales tax. These laws generally say that if you hold inventory in the state and/or reach a certain sales threshold then you are liable to collect and remit sales tax in that state.