When it comes to being audited for sales and use tax, it's a question of "when," not "if." And when it happens, you need sales tax audit help.

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The Complete State-by-State Nexus Guide

Sales tax is a margin killer. The longer you put off figuring out your (or your client’s) Nexus footprint, the more you stand to lose in the long run. Take the first step to full peace of mind when it comes to state sales tax by downloading this guide today.

“Start With Nexus”

Ever since the Wayfair vs. South Dakota Supreme Court decision made Economic Nexus the law of the land, it’s never been more difficult for companies to determine where they need to be collecting and remitting state sales tax.

At Peisner, we always say to our clients: “Start with Nexus.”

The first thing to know here is that there are two types of nexus – Physical and Economic.

  • Physical Nexus is anything that gives your business a physical presence in a state – locations, employees, contractors, inventory, etc.
  • Economic Nexus: The thresholds that must be met for remote sellers to be required to collect and remit sales tax. These thresholds are usually revenue or transactions (or both)

This guide will take you through state-by-state, giving you the essential facts you need to quickly determine if you or your client may have either Physical or Economic Nexus (or both) in any given state.

Take the First Step to Handle Your Sales Tax Responsibility

Figuring out your Nexus footprint is the first step to gaining Peace of Mind when it comes to state sales tax. Don’t put this off.

Complete the form on this page to download your guide to state-by-state nexus and get started today!