episode 208: State & Local Taxes And New Nexus Rules

Doug and Scott

Scotty “Z” Zielaskiewicz is a state and local tax manager and indirect tax expert with Rea.

The New Way Of Doing Business

For those of you who do business across state lines, your days of paying taxes in a single state are pretty much over. Since the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on South Dakota v. Wayfair, one by one, states across the country have taken steps to become more aggressive when it comes to collecting tax dollars from companies that do business in their states. 

Introducing the new way of doing business. 

Scotty “Z” Zielaskiewicz, a state and local tax manager and indirect tax expert with Rea, joins us on this episode of unsuitable on Rea Radio to provide us with an update with regard to what the state of business looks like since Wayfair was made the law of the land just over a year ago. He will explain what businesses can do to comply with these major tax law changes and, in response, he will lay out a strategy for how business owners can protect themselves and their businesses moving forward.

Listen to this episode of unsuitable to learn:

  • How companies can start the process of “Autogration” (Automation + Integration)
  • What your business can do to maintain compliance, even as changes continue to alter the landscape of state and local taxes across the country.
  • What considerations you should take if you’re thinking of selling your business and how new tax rules can impact your exit strategy.

You can also learn more about the major Supreme Court ruling while gaining some additional expert insight when you check out these resources:

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