In June of 2019, the United States Supreme Court ruled in South Dakota v. Wayfair that states can impose a sales tax collection obligation on out of state businesses that do not have a physical presence in that state. This landmark decision overturned precedent that has been in place for over fifty years which had required that a business have physical presence in a state before that state could force the collection of sales taxes. More information on South Dakota v. WayFair
For more information you can read the United States Supreme Court's decision for yourself.
Currently forty-two states have enacted legislation, rules or regulations to adopt economic presence nexus requiring remote sellers to collect sales tax if they meet certain sales and transaction levels. More information on State Sales Tax Filing Requirements
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