Announcing eCommerce Sales Tax Compliance Webinar August 18th!

We are excited to announce that Freestyle will be sponsoring a State of Sales Tax Nexus Webinar with experts from TaxJar and TaxMatrix on Tuesday August 18th at 3PM EST. In the two years since the Wayfair decision, eCommerce companies have had their business upended by the complexity of collecting, reporting and remitting sales tax

By |2020-08-07T13:40:18-04:00August 6th, 2020|COVID-19, Freestyle, Sales Tax, sales tax compliance, Sales Tax Nexus|Comments Off on Announcing eCommerce Sales Tax Compliance Webinar August 18th!

Wayfair & Sales Tax Nexus – Two Years In

Anniversaries are normally celebrated, except when it marks a decision that no eCommerce brand wanted to see, Wayfair vs. South Dakota.  We are just past the two-year anniversary of the seismic change that forced eCommerce businesses to collect, report and remit sales tax under a blizzard of differing regulations. So, what is the state of

By |2020-07-13T09:24:52-04:00July 10th, 2020|COVID-19, eCommerce, Freestyle, M.O.M., Sales Tax, sales tax compliance, Sales Tax Nexus|Comments Off on Wayfair & Sales Tax Nexus – Two Years In

Online Sales Tax Compliance – What You Need to Know

Do you struggle with sales tax for eCommerce compliance? Are you worried that you don’t fully understand state nexus? Do you wish you had a better grasp of the whole thing? Why Freestyle and TaxJar? If you’re questioning how to get streamlined online sales tax for eCommerce solutions, we've got a pretty good answer for

By |2020-04-08T16:51:03-04:00April 8th, 2020|sales tax compliance|Comments Off on Online Sales Tax Compliance – What You Need to Know

M.O.M. & TaxJar, Sales Tax Nexus Solved!

Courtesy Pixabay | PhotoMIX-Company Compliance with State Sales Tax nexus is the hottest topic in eCommerce today. The ironic part of this is this that, unlike most hot topics in the world of eCommerce, Sales Tax nexus isn’t something that builds revenue, or even expands the reach of a brand. Yet it is

By |2019-11-05T14:47:52-05:00February 26th, 2019|Sales Tax|0 Comments
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