Guest Post — Sales Tax Week 2

Windward Tax is back with week 2 of their series on Sales Tax.  They’ve put together a 45minute webinar that is completely free and answers some of the most common questions.  However, no video can answer every question you might have, so leave your questions in a comment and on Week 3 their experts will answer them.  This is your chance to get free advice from experts on how to handle sales tax for your FBA business.


Sales Tax Nexus: Tame the Elephant in the Room

This 45-minute webinar is a great opportunity to get answers about the new face of sales tax nexus.  It explains the basics and updates you about new legislation.  It will guide you through the reporting process and discuss tips to minimize liabilities.


Assuming you don’t have sales tax nexus can be a costly mistake, especially if a state finds your nexus first.   Learn firsthand, from a former auditor, the techniques states use to find sales tax nexus and tips to negotiate an amicable voluntary disclosure agreement.


Click here to view the webinar.


About the Author: David Smith is a State Tax Advisor and Amazon FBA Team Lead for Windward Tax, a sales and use tax consulting firm. He has more than 30 years of experience working with the Georgia Department of Revenue on sales and use tax issues. Feel free to contact David at [email protected] or 770-696-4145.


2 thoughts on “Guest Post — Sales Tax Week 2

  • November 15, 2015 at 8:13 am

    So, I’ll view the webinar shortly, but I want to just make a comment that I intended to make last week.

    I am SO glad to see that this subject is being addressed in a responsible manner. People/businesses seem to think (some of them, anyway) that if they are behind a computer screen, they are invisible. Nothing could be further from the truth, and with the current banking situation (think Patriot Act – and it’s likely to get worse, given current events), nothing is really secret in the ecommerce world.

    Thanks FBAM for hosting this series, and thanks, Windward Tax for doing a great job.

    • November 15, 2015 at 2:26 pm

      We do our best to talk about the things we know and find experts to talk about the things we don’t know best. Hopefully people are paying attention, because dodging taxes is not the way to a successful business.


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