Sales Tax and Economic Nexus

January 13, 2021By KROST

These days, anybody who sells goods or provides services to somebody outside of their home state should ask themselves, “Do I need to collect sales tax?” The correct answer is always, “Good question!” However, the best way to get a useful answer is to start with a concept closely related to sales tax, namely “use … Read More

California Sets Threshold for Sales Tax

March 3, 2020By KROST

The South Dakota v. Wayfair 2018 case overturned the physical presence test, meaning out-of-state retailers selling to South Dakota residents are obligated to collect sales tax even if they do not have a physical presence in the state. It was expected that many states would issue laws similar to South Dakota and California has done … Read More

Sales Tax Compliance for California Restaurants

April 10, 2019By KROST

Below is a preview of one of the articles in the new KROST Quarterly Hospitality Issue, “The Battle to be a Profitable Restaurant: How to Deal with Employee Theft” by Aric Wong, CPA, Manager – Tax. “With 72,000+ restaurants in California, the state does everything possible to ensure taxes are properly reported, collected, and paid … Read More