More States Eyeing Expansion of the Corporate Income Tax

In June of 2018, the Supreme Court handed down its decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair, allowing states to require remote retailers to collect and remit sales taxes even in states where the retailers lacked any physical presence. The consequences of this decision have proved to be enormous for smaller retailers, who have struggled to keep up with the differences between state and local sales tax codes all around the country — with small business owners expected to do themselves work that entire corporate state and local tax departments do.

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