State and Local Tax Considerations for E-commerce Businesses

Presented on:
July 20, 2021 10:00 AM PST
Duration:
45 minutes
Location:
Online

Join us for our next e-commerce focused webcast which explores the implications of state and local taxes on your company.

If left unattended, taxes imposed by the state and local jurisdictions can wreak havoc on your company’s hard-earned success, put constraints on your company’s finances and cash flow, and place a heavy burden on your team’s valuable time.

Join us for our webcast to help your e-commerce company navigate this complex and ever-changing tax landscape and stay ahead of potential challenges. We’ll address the following topics: 

  • Tax Filing Obligations. Economic nexus, historic physical presence issues, including implications of using Amazon fulfillment services and the erosion of certain federal nexus protections
  • Sales Tax. Marketplace facilitators’ considerations for sellers of tangible personal property and service providers
  • Income Tax. Sourcing of revenues, including application of throwback rules and the impact on state tax attributes
  • Other Cash Tax Considerations. Gross receipts taxes, personal property taxes, credits and incentives, and unclaimed property

Stay tuned for other upcoming webcasts exploring operations, technology, and planning for e-commerce companies.

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Speakers

Adam Cline, Partner, Moss Adams

Adam has provided state and local tax services for public and privately held clients since 2005. He routinely assists clients with Washington tax matters in the areas of audits and appeals, refund requests, voluntary disclosure and amnesty, letter rulings, tax planning and structuring, tax incentives, and nexus analysis. Adam also assists clients with multistate income and franchise tax matters in the areas of state income tax compliance, refund requests, letter rulings, nexus, filing methodology and apportionment analysis, audits and appeals, planning and structuring, and voluntary disclosure.

Glenn Walsh, CPA, JD, Partner, Moss Adams

Glenn has practiced public accounting since 1993. He assists clients with various state and local tax matters, including tax implications related to restructuring, mergers, and acquisitions. Glenn’s expertise includes state and local tax compliance, multi-state tax reviews, and due diligence.

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