Recent changes in sales tax laws throughout the country have significantly impacted both sellers and buyers of software and/or SaaS products. States have been broadening the application of their sales taxes. As a result, electronically delivered software and SaaS sales are being taxed in an increasing number of states. Further, the 2018 U.S. Supreme Court decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair has enabled states to enact rules that require more small businesses to collect sales tax from states where those businesses have no physical presence.
Join Aronson Tax Director, Michael Colavito, and Lead Technology Industry Services Partner, Alan Langelli, as they discuss the sales and use tax requirement of sellers and buyers of electronically delivered software and SaaS, and how to deal with potential noncompliance.
From this presentation, you will learn:
• The varying treatment by states of software and software-related sales (including sales of SaaS)
• The impact of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair on software sales
• General sales tax compliance requirements for sellers and buyers of software and options for mitigating liabilities
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