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What is nexus? | Sales Tax Institute


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 ...

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


Aug 18, 2015 ... This post covers the definition of sales tax nexus and why eCommerce sellers need to get a handle on this vitally important concept.

What Creates Sales Tax Nexus in Every State - TaxJar's Blog


Oct 8, 2015 ... Forty-five states and Washington D.C. all have a sales tax. But every state is different – the exact laws that create sales tax nexus in one state ...

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


Nexus, also called “sufficient physical presence,” is a legal term that refers to the ... Amazon now pays sales tax in 19 states, though it has long argued it has a ...

Sales Tax Nexus Questions Guide | Sales Tax Support


The most important issue to understand when considering the topic of sales tax is "nexus" (or physical presence) as it is the factor which will ultimately determine ...

Navigating Nexus - Journal of Accountancy


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 ...

What is a Tax Nexus in a State? - The Balance


Oct 17, 2016 ... A definition and discussion of the term tax nexus and how it affects business income taxes, online businesses, and sales taxes.

Understanding Sales Tax Nexus - AccurateTax.com


What does the term "nexus" mean and how does it affect your sales tax liabilities in various states?

Sales Tax & Nexus in TX, CA, FL & NY | From Avalara


CA, FL, TX and NY are four of the most populous states & have the highest sales tax revenue. How do the "Big Four" handle nexus & other sales tax issues?

A sales tax nexus guide - Avalara


May 4, 2016 ... One of the most important sales tax questions any business must ask is, “Where must we collect, remit and report?” That's where nexus—a ...