Your free tool to help determine where you may have triggered economic nexus
- Fast and easy-to-use online tool
- Tool assesses economic nexus only
- Explore our guide to state nexus laws and sales tax collection requirements to learn more
Your report can help you avoid being out of compliance
- Most states now have economic nexus laws
- In most states, out-of-state sellers with a certain amount of sales in the state are required to collect sales tax
- Selling into states where you don’t collect sales tax puts you at risk of noncompliance
A free economic nexus report to help you identify potential sales tax obligations
- Customized PDF with a list of states where you may have economic nexus
- Details on economic nexus thresholds for each state
- Free consultation to help you understand economic nexus and steps you can take to improve compliance
Just answer three simple questions
It’s best to have 12 months of data, but you can complete the assessment with less.
Where do you currently collect and remit sales tax?
Where do you make sales but don’t collect sales tax?
Roughly how much do you sell in the states where you don’t collect (dollar amount and number of sales)?
The 2018 U.S. Supreme Court ruling in South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc., changed the way states can tax remote sales.
Sellers can now be required to collect sales tax in states where they don’t have a physical presence. Learn how the Wayfair decision may impact your business.