“Cookie Nexus” Impact on Quill v North Dakota Case – Chuck TV

February 20, 2018 Alex Forbes

 

Charles Maniace, Director of Regulatory Analysis, Sovos, discusses how the recent “cookie rule” could impact the Supreme Court who decided to revisit the 1992 Quill v North Dakota case that limits a states’ tax authority over online sales based on physical presence or nexus in-state.

Chuck TV - Episode V
 

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

Episode IV – Quill v North Dakota Revisited – Manufacturing Implications 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.The post “Cookie Nexus” Impact on Quill v North Dakota Case – Chuck TV appeared first on Sovos Compliance.

 

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