Whether you’re getting back to the office, getting ready for the new school year, or still enjoying the beach, there’s no wrong time or place to enjoy the Roundup! This week we continue to look at states passing new post-Wayfair nexus rules. We then have an interesting article wondering if the post-Wayfair world means the end of tax discounts for voluntary tax collectors, Amazon purges racist material from its Marketplace, and how you can use the psychology of pricing to maximize revenue.
The Wayfair decision will have profound effects on eCommerce. Read everything that we’ve written about what the Supreme Court decided and how sales tax compliance will change.
The New Tax Environment: Upcoming changes to state nexus rules
Post and Courier: More South Carolina Online Shoppers Will Soon Be Paying Sales Taxes
Online shopping will soon get more expensive in South Carolina as the state requires more retailers to collect sales taxes.
Capital Journal: Daugaard Calls For Special Session On Internet Sales Tax
South Dakota legislators will meet for a special legislative session Sept. 12 to make changes to the state law that allows the collection of sales taxes from online businesses that don’t have physical presence in the state.
News & Observer: Buy Online? In NC That Will Cost You More Come Nov. 1
Large online retailers will have to start paying sales tax to North Carolina even if they aren’t located there, Gov. Roy Cooper’s administration announced Wednesday.
Next Up: Updates and changes in regulating eCommerce
San Mateo Daily Journal: Supreme Court Online Sales Tax Ruling Weighed
Victory for brick-and-mortar, government; finance officials consider enhanced collection of revenue.
Bloomberg SALT Talk Blog: Dinosaurs, Dodos, and Disco: Are Voluntary Tax Collection Discounts For Remote Sellers Next?
With Wayfair, retailers that receive voluntary collection discounts for collecting sales and use taxes in states in which they do not have a physical presence may now lose this benefit.
Time: Sales Tax Holidays Are Back
Here are all the states offering tax free shopping days in August.
State of the Industry: Trends and developments in eCommerce.
Geek Wire: Amazon Removes Racist Items From E-Commerce Marketplace After Backlash
Amazon has pulled items with Nazi and racist symbolism from its website after advocacy groups raised concerns about the content, according to multiple reports.
ZD Net: China’s Third-Largest ECommerce Site Faces Lawsuits In US Over Alleged Counterfeits
The Chinese e-commerce platform Pinduoduo has been criticized by the media for selling knockoffs after its initial public offering in the US in late July.
Practical Ecommerce: Growing a Business On Amazon — and Beyond
Amazon offers many tools for building a brand and enhancing product pages. However, most brands and sellers don’t use these tools.
Wealth Management: New Internet Sales Tax Rules Explained
Is the Wayfair decision way fair or unfair?
On the lighter side: Tips for eCommerce businesses.
Business.com: The Top E-Commerce Pitfalls And How To Avoid Them
Running an e-commerce site today requires a lot of focus, but there are big profits for those who give their sites the time and attention they deserve.
Social Media Today: What Online Shoppers Want
5 steps to a successful eCommerce website.
Mar Tech Series: Eight Psychological Pricing Techniques To Test On Your E-Commerce Store
Pricing products or services act as major influencers in a consumer’s preference within a buying process.
Multichannel Merchant: 12 Ways To Prepare For Peak Holiday Season Ecommerce Returns
Your planning for this year’s peak holiday season is well underway. One area that often gets less attention is ecommerce returns processing.
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