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What is nexus? | Sales Tax Institute

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Nexus, also known as sufficient physical presence, is the determining factor of whether an out-of-state business selling products into a state is liable for ...

Navigating Nexus - Journal of Accountancy

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Nexus can be a hidden danger for a company with a multistate presence. Certain activities might cause nexus for sales and use tax, income tax, franchise tax or ...

Sales Tax Nexus Questions Guide | Sales Tax Support

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Sales tax nexus and determining if you need to collect sales tax. ... But it does not define what constitutes substantial physical presence and this varies by state.

State Income Tax Nexus: No Physical Presence Required - CBIZ.com

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For more information on the impact of factor presence and other nexus trends on ... a physical presence, which constitutes a taxable presence for all state taxes.

DRS: What is Nexus? - CT.gov

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If you or your business has a connection (nexus) with Connecticut, you may owe ... A business with nexus is required to register with the Department of Revenue ...

States Expand Definition of Nexus for Taxes: Accounting Today ...

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May 8, 2012 ... State tax officials are expanding their concept of what constitutes a taxable economic presence in their state as more economic activity moves ...

What is a Tax Nexus? - US Business Law / Taxes - About.com

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Feb 24, 2016 ... Describes the term tax nexus and how it affects business income taxes, online businesses, and sales taxes.

nexus in arizona - Arizona Department of Revenue

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for determining whether nexus exists within the state of. Arizona. The law of nexus ... what constitutes "substantial nexus" for purpose of the. Complete Auto test.

Out-of-state businesses - Washington State Department of Revenue

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For businesses making retail sales into Washington, a person is deemed to have a substantial nexus with this state if the person has a physical presence in this ...

Nexus Information for Sales and Use Tax - Maryland Taxes

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Under Maryland law, out-of-state vendors must register with the Maryland comptroller and file Maryland sales and use tax returns if the vendor shows a nexus ...

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Sales Tax Nexus Defined - Learn all about Nexus - TaxJar's Blog

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Aug 18, 2015 ... This post covers the definition of sales tax nexus and why ... of nexus, but most of the time states consider a “physical presence” creates nexus.

What Is Nexus and How Does It Affect You? | QuickBooks

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Feb 11, 2014 ... Nexus, also called “sufficient physical presence,” is a legal term that refers to the requirement for companies doing business in a state to collect ...

Publications | Sales and Use Tax Nexus | Marcum LLP | Accountants ...

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To this day, many believe that the problem with the Quill ruling was that the Supreme Court did not go far enough in defining what constitutes substantial nexus.