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Webcast Summary

Prior to the Supreme Court's June 2018 South Dakota v. Wayfair decision, a company could successfully argue that it was exempt from incurring sales and use tax in a U.S. state simply by virtue of not having a physical presence in that state.

By upholding the state of South Dakota's definition of nexus to encompass not only a physical but also an economic presence, the Supreme Court's decision has far-reaching implications for all companies that conduct business on-line throughout the U.S.

During this Webcast, we will discuss:

  • What the Supreme Court's South Dakota v. Wayfair ruling means for businesses in the short term,
  • How finance leaders will need to rethink sales and use tax in light of the Supreme Court's expanded definition of nexus, and
  • What steps finance leaders should take now to keep their companies up to date on sales and use tax requirements going forward.

About the Moderator

Joe FleischerJoe Fleischer, Editorial Director, Finance Channel, Argyle Executive Forum

In his role as finance channel editorial director with Argyle Executive Forum, Joe Fleischer focuses on developing virtual events on topics that reflect the primary concerns and priorities of senior finance executives. He is based in New York.

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Fields of Study: Taxes
Level: Intermediate
Prerequisite: None
Advance Preparation: None required
Delivery Method: Group Internet-based
Recommended CPE Credit(s): 1

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