The Supreme Court is very much in the news at the time of this writing, but let’s focus on something that impacts taxes, that is the Supreme Court’s Wayfair decision. This month’s eLetter focuses on two unrelated topics: the impact of online sales taxes and investment income in an unstable market. (To download the October eLetter, click here).
Online Entrepreneurs and Startups: We Can Help
Many entrepreneurs in San Francisco are in the vibrant tech sector, namely online businesses. Some, for instance, are brainstorming the next app. Still others are engaged in e-commerce. And still others are B2B startups that sell stuff (services or products) to other businesses. Much of this is online, and much of this online business takes place out of state. Well, guess what? The Supreme Court weighed in on online sales in South Dakota vs. Wayfair and now allow states (e.g., South Dakota) to force businesses that do not have a physical presence to nonetheless collect sales taxes. Yikes! Well, if you are a San Francisco startup (or other type of online business), we can act as your outsourced CFO (people call us the “San Francisco CPA for startups“), giving you advice on not just sales tax but other types of tax minimization. We can even advise on stock options! So, read this informative article in the October eLetter and then give us a call.
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