The Impacts of South Dakota vs. Wayfair: What This Means for Remote Sellers
The Albuquerque chapter of the Institute of Management Accountants will host James Ortiz, REDW State and Local Tax Senior Manager, for its September meeting.
James will discuss the implications of the South Dakota v. Wayfair ruling on sales and use tax compliance requirements, sales and use tax systems, taxability, and nexus determinations.
The Supreme Court decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair overturned a 1992 precedent that barred states from requiring an out-of-state seller with no physical presence to collect sales tax on a sale to a resident of the state. This decision will have wide-ranging impact on businesses, both online and remote sellers. Businesses will benefit from understanding how the ruling may impact them, and the importance of planning for it now.
A meal is included with registration. Attendees may qualify for 1.0 CPE credit.
|What:||The Impacts of South Dakota vs. Wayfair: What This Means for Remote Sellers|
|When:||September 18, 2018 | 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM|
7425 Jefferson St NE
Albuquerque, NM 87109
|Cost:||$20 per professional. A limited number of students may register at no charge.|
|Register:||CLICK HERE to REGISTER|
|About the Presenter:||
Senior Manager, State and Local Tax, REDW LLC
James is the head of the State and Local Tax (SALT) department for REDW. With approximately 11 years of experience specializing exclusively in the State and Local Tax arena, both in a public accounting role and as a SALT specialist for an international clothing retailer, James has dealt with sales and use tax compliance for every state in the U.S.A. and Canada. James spent nearly four years working at the New Mexico Taxation and Revenue Department in a variety of roles, including serving as an auditor in the Audit and Compliance Division, as well as developing internal department procedures for auditing specialty refund claims.