Amid the Coronavirus (COVID-19) global pandemic, governments worldwide are trying to figure out the best way to bolster the slowing economy including tax filing and payment extensions and even temporary rate reductions. Other nations, including the United States, are just beginning to respond.
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COVID-19 Tax Relief Roundup by Avalara
Topics: Small Business Accounting & Finance Sales & Use Tax Audits
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Avalara Selected as Fintech Award Winner for 2020 DEVIES
We're excited to share that Avalara's AvaTax has been named the 'Best Innovation in Fintech' by the 2020 DEVIES Awards!
Each year, 8,000+ developers, engineers, software architects, dev teams, managers, and executives from 70+ countries gather for San Francisco's largest developer conference & event series, DeveloperWeek.
Topics: Accounting & Finance Sales & Use Tax Audits Solution Enhancements Featured
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Acumatica Cloud ERP Has Record Setting Award-Winning Year!
Acumatica Cloud ERP wins 3 PCMag Editors' Choice Awards, 1 Best App Award, and 2017 CODiE Award for Best Cloud ERP Solution in Record Setting Year!
2017 has been quite the year for Acumatica Cloud ERP. It's one thing to aim to become one of the best cloud ERP solutions out there but it's another to be recognized by your peers and other industry experts.
Topics: Acumatica Cloud ERP Inventory Management Accounting & Finance
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Webinar Alert: Doing Business in Streamlined Sales Tax States
Nearly half the country has its own rules when it comes to sales tax. Do you know what this means to your business?
Topics: Webinar Accounting & Finance Solution Enhancements
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Free Sales Tax Assessment Tool! Compliments of Avalara
One such area that is complex for a lot of businesses is sales tax.
That's because, as your business grows, the higher the chances are that your business will be subject to more state compliance requirements!
Topics: Accounting & Finance Solution Enhancements
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Don't Be Fooled by Nexus Rules
April 1st is commonly known as April Fool’s Day.
It’s also the date when Amazon started collecting sales tax in four more states — Maine, New Mexico, Hawaii and Idaho —bringing the total to 45 states and the District of Columbia.
Amazon is no fool and sales tax nexus is no joke. States are tired of losing revenue from tax-free remote sales and are starting to crack down on businesses who fail to register or collect sales tax when their sales activities are deemed substantial enough to warrant it.