South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. - I have to do what with state taxes?
An Introduction for New Hampshire Small Business Owners
Do you own or manage a New Hampshire-based business? Do you sell products or services to clients and customers outside of New Hampshire? Are you handling your own state tax reporting for your company?
On June 21, 2018, the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. drastically changed the state sales tax collection requirements for remote sellers, including those located in New Hampshire. States can now require businesses that do not have any physical connection to their state to register and collect the state’s sales taxes if the business’ economic activity in their state exceeds specified thresholds.
Join state and local tax specialists from Baker Newman Noyes and Devine Millimet for a seminar hosted by The Chamber Collaborative of Greater Portsmouth to learn about the Wayfair ruling and how it could affect your business. The presentation will also cover New Hampshire’s legislative efforts to limit the ability of other states to impose sales tax collection requirements on New Hampshire businesses. Attendees will hear from Michele Cota from U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen's office about federal activities and efforts related to the Wayfair decision.
Who should attend?
Owners and management of small and medium-sized businesses in New Hampshire that sell tangible personal property or taxable services outside of the state.
The presentation will cover:
- General requirements adopted by various states under the Wayfair ruling
- What to consider before registering your business in a new state
- The obstacles faced by businesses that are working to comply with the states’ new laws
- Outside services that states are providing to assist businesses in their compliance efforts