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Wayfair: Sales Tax & State Income Tax Implications
The 2018 South Dakota v. Wayfair case led to the largest change in sales tax in 50 years. What some may not realize is that it also had impacts on your business’ state income tax. Join Sensiba San Filippo and TaxConnex as they shed some light on the changes brought on by the introduction of economic nexus and how that can impact your business.

• What changed after the landmark South Dakota v. Wayfair Supreme
Court decision in 2018
• Discussion of physical presence and economic nexus for
sales tax and state income tax
• The different activities that create economic nexus for sales tax
and state income tax
• Impacts of the pandemic on sales tax and state income tax

Feb 9, 2021 09:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Kaylyn Kleinhans
State & Local Senior Tax Manager @Sensiba San Filippo
With over 10 years of state and local tax experience, State & Local Senior Tax Manager, Kaylyn Kleinhans specializes in multi-state corporate income tax, business activity tax (BAT) nexus analysis, revenue sourcing analysis, local taxes such as San Francisco Gross Receipts Tax (SFGRT) and Los Angeles City Business Tax (LACBT), and unitary and consolidated state income tax compliance. She works extensively with clients in technology and manufacturing. Kaylyn received a Certificate of Advanced Accounting Proficiency (CAAP) from Santa Clara University’s Leavey School of Business and a bachelor’s degree in economics and business from Westmont College. Outside of work, Kaylyn enjoys spending time with family and traveling around the world.
Brian Greer
Partner and CRO @TaxConnex
Brian is a graduate of Purdue University and has lived in the Atlanta, GA area since 1997. As a Partner and Chief Revenue Officer with TaxConnex, Brian helps companies manage their sales tax risk by implementing sales tax outsourcing solutions and advising them on sales tax issues related to nexus, taxability, audits, and Voluntary Disclosure Agreements. Brian has worked in the sales tax field since 2000 and prior to that worked predominantly in software sales.