Quill v North Dakota Revisited – Manufacturing Implications via Chuck TV

 

Charles Maniace, Director of Regulatory Analysis, Sovos, discusses what it would mean for manufacturers if the Supreme Court decided to overturn the 1992 Quill v North Dakota case that limits a state's tax authority over online sales based on physical presence or nexus in-state.

Chuck TV - Episode IV

 

Episode I – Supreme Court Revisits Online Sales Nexus – Video Insights via Chuck TV

Episode II – South Dakota Nexus Rule Unique Facts – Video Insights via Chuck TV

Episode III – Implications on Business if Quill Doctrine Overturned – Video Insights via Chuck TV

 

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View the onDemand recording of our joint webinar with Grant Thornton, “U.S. Sales and Use Tax Trends 2018 – A Shifting Landscape,” to learn more about the trends that will impact your decision making in 2018.

 

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