Are you ready to react to South Dakota v. Wayfair?

Learn what South Dakota v. Wayfair means for your business and how sales tax automation can help.

South Dakota v. Wayfair resource center

The South Dakota v. Wayfair Supreme Court ruling marks a drastic shift in tax law precedent. Simply put, if your business sells goods in any state — even if you don’t have physical presence in that state and the transaction is online only — you may now be obligated to register in that state and collect sales tax. Our automated solutions make it easy to stay on top of constantly changing indirect tax rates regardless of your corporation’s size or geographic reach — from determination to final remittance and compliance.

Complete the form below if you want help understanding how South Dakota v. Wayfair may have impacted your business.


Nexus Considerations in a Post Wayfair World

Read this article written by the Checkpoint Editorial Team to help professionals better understand how technology can help you in the changing market.


Economic Nexus & Marketplace Facilitator Policies Infographic

Use our state-by-state infographic to find out which states assert economic nexus or require marketplace facilitators to collect sales and use tax on third-party sales.

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