U.S. Supreme Court decision found that a business with no physical presence in a state may still be required to collect and remit state sales taxes.

2018q4 TAX TICKLERS… some quick points to consider…

  • A recent U.S. Supreme Court decision found that a business with no physical presence in a state may still be required to collect and remit state sales taxes. This ruling has prompted many states to begin making changes to their rules, and will likely result in a requirement for many Canadian businesses to collect tax on online U.S. sales.

  • Approximately 29 million personal tax returns are filed annually in Canada.

  • While 9% of Canadians had their taxes reassessed by CRA in 2016, that number was 13.6% for northern Canadians (13% in the Northwest Territories and Nunavut, and 15% in the Yukon).