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Multistate Tax Update: Accidental Nexus, COVID-19, Texas Economic Nexus, Internet Sales and Digital Goods

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Multistate Tax Update: Accidental Nexus, COVID-19, Texas Economic Nexus, Internet Sales and Digital Goods
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The expansion of remote workers during the public health crisis has created significant multistate tax issues for businesses with employees or other representatives who are remotely working from out-of-state either because they live in a different state from where they work, they got “stuck” traveling out-of-state, or some other reason. Some state taxing authorities have offered “temporary” nexus exceptions, but others are reviewing matters on a case-by-case basis, creating additional uncertainty. An uptick in internet sales and sales of digital goods combined the expansion of economic nexus standards has caused many states to take another look at the tax implications of those transactions. Learn about these multistate updates and Texas-specific updates related to economic nexus standards and local tax sourcing of Internet sales and digital goods.

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  • TX, CA
  • TX MCLE credit expires: 1/31/2022

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Multistate Tax Update: Accidental Nexus, COVID-19, Texas Economic Nexus, Internet Sales, and Digital Goods (Jan 2021)

The expansion of remote workers during the public health crisis has created significant multistate tax issues for businesses with employees or other representatives who are remotely working from out-of-state either because they live in a different state from where they work, they got “stuck” traveling out-of-state, or some other reason. Some state taxing authorities have offered “temporary” nexus exceptions, but others are reviewing matters on a case-by-case basis, creating additional uncertainty. An uptick in internet sales and sales of digital goods combined the expansion of economic nexus standards has caused many states to take another look at the tax implications of those transactions. Learn about these multistate updates and Texas-specific updates related to economic nexus standards and local tax sourcing of Internet sales and digital goods.

Originally presented at: Dec 2020 Taxation Conference

Christina A. Mondrik, Mondrik & Associates - Austin, TX

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