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[Archived] Updated taxability strategies in a post-Wayfair e-sales environment

Join sales tax expert Judy Vorndran as she explores the myriad of tax issues that dictate taxability to clarify who is responsible when, and what that responsibility means in terms of obligations and risk.

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“Netflix taxes” becoming more common in the U.S. and Canada

Does sales tax apply to your favorite Netflix show?

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How much does your state collect in sales taxes per capita?

How much does your state collect in sales taxes per capita? See how the 45 states and Washington, DC, that have state-levied sales taxes compare at the Tax Foundation.

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Spotlight: Meet Federal Tax Specialist Julie Reed

Julie's close collaboration with businesses frees leaders to focus on growing their core business.

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TaxOps, AG Tax announce combination; Allen Gregory joins partnership

The combined entity of TaxOps and AG Tax continues the tradition of providing the strength, experience and resources of a national tax firm with the hands-on client engagement of a boutique firm. Join us in welcoming Allen Gregory and team aboard!

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R&D credit expert Jamie Overberg promoted to partnership at TaxOpsMin

Join us in congratulating Jamie Overberg and her promotion to the Partnership at TaxOpsMin!

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Wayfair rollout: New York clarifies economic nexus guidelines

New York breaks from the holdout pack to implement its own version of Wayfair tax collection guidelines for remote sellers.

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IRS rules on 20 percent tax break

Big savings may be available to millions of small business owners. Final rules clarify how businesses can claim tax reform deduction.

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