Online Sellers

You sell. We do taxes. With the increased growth of eCommerce, sales tax and income tax are becoming a complicated and time-consuming burden on companies. Gone are the days when a retailer only needed to file one sales tax return and one income tax return. Now business activities cross state lines, create nexus, and create multi-jurisdictional obligations. Laws, specifically targeting eCommerce businesses, are changing faster than most companies can keep up. You want to be compliant but keeping up with the laws for each jurisdiction can be a nightmare. You also have to navigate through each jurisdiction’s registration requirements and ongoing compliance obligations. How can you focus on growing your business and not get buried in the avalanche of accounting demands? Our team has worked with hundreds of eCommerce sellers over the past years and we understand the uniqueness of the industry, the pain points, and the best solutions to help companies get in compliance.

What to do if you are behind on Sales and Use Taxes?

Tax implications of selling through Amazon FBA from outside US?

Which Are The LEAST Aggressive U.S. States For Sales And Use Taxes?

U.S. E-Commerce? Don't Forget Sales Taxes!

How Do I Choose The Right Tax Team For My Ecommerce Business?

Online Sellers need to be aware of both Direct and Indirect Taxes

Remember Indirect Taxes

Online sellers? Don't forget your nexus study!

Which Are The MOST Aggressive U.S. States For Sales And Use Taxes

Which Are The LEAST Aggressive US States For Sales And Use Taxes?

Which Are The MOST Aggressive US States For Sales And Use Taxes?

If I Am A Non-U.S. Person And I Offer Services To American Companies, Do I Need To Pay Taxes?

As An Online Sellers, Should I Confess Or Should I Hide?

Be Careful With Quiet Disclosures!

How Do I Choose The Right TAX Software For My Ecommerce Business?

Tax Authorities are focusing on internet transactions

As An Online Seller At What Point Do I Register With Each State?

For Ecommerce, The Probability Of Being Audited Is Increasing

For Online Sellers, is the Amazon Report Enough?

Ignore Tax Today? More Pain Tomorrow!

We have significant experience assisting our clients with complicated, international tax issues. The following list represents some of the areas in which we have provided both planning and compliance services for our clients:

  • US shareholders of foreign corporations
  • US partners in foreign partnerships
  • US grantors and beneficiaries of foreign trusts
  • US shareholders of Passive Foreign Investment Companies (PFICS)
  • Reporting for Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts (FBARs)
  • Blocked income reporting for deferral of tax in currency restriction situations
  • Donations to foreign charities by US private foundations via expenditure responsibility grants
  • Income tax treaty analysis for various issues including determination of residency, re-sourcing of income to avoid double taxation, reduction or exemption of tax
  • Determination of residency for income tax purposes for foreign nationals including optimization of elections for first and last year of residency
  • Social Security tax implications to compensation of foreign nationals and US expatriates including application and analysis of Totalization agreements
  • Foreign tax credit optimization including analysis of paid versus accrued methods and maximizing foreign source income
  • Optimization for US expatriates including analysis of foreign tax credit versus foreign earned income exclusions
  • Reporting of foreign rental properties including proper depreciation methods and treatment of rental of principal residence
  • Reporting and planning for nonresidents with US investments or US effectively-connected income
  • State residency and domicile issues for foreign nationals and US expatriates
  • Reporting gifts and inheritances from nonresidents
  • Consulting to employers of international assignees relating to tax equalization policy development and application, tax planning for international assignments including coordination with tax advisors in local jurisdictions, compensation structuring, payroll reporting and employee education and tax return preparation
  • Determination of residency for US citizens in US possessions