By Katherine Gauntt | August 27, 2018

A retailer’s guide to dealing with the impacts of Wayfair

Are retailers taking the appropriate steps to comply with current and future regulation following the SD v. Wayfair decision?

By Patricia Brandstetter | June 27, 2018

Tax Reform Errors Hurt Restaurants & Retailers

By Katherine Gauntt | June 07, 2018

Will the Wayfair Decision Reinvent Online Taxes?


By David Berliner | May 02, 2018

How Bankrupt Retailers Treat Customer Deposits & Consignment Inventory

After filing for bankruptcy, retailers manage customer deposits and consigned inventory according to their specific circumstances.


By Retail & Consumer Products Practice Leaders | April 20, 2018

BDO Consumer Beat Survey: Tax Reform May Not Spur Retail Spending

Between tax reform, tax filings, and the online sales tax debate, taxes could play a big role in influencing consumer spending behavior.


By Katherine Gauntt | March 29, 2018

“Unless, of course, Congress Acts”

The renewed debate on physical nexus could significantly alter how states tax digital apps, services, and tools.


By David Berliner | March 22, 2018

Retail in the Red: BDO Bi-Annual Bankruptcy Update

Retail bankruptcy filings continued at a rapid pace in the second half of 2017. Should retailers expect a steady stream of filings this year?


By Retail & Consumer Products Practice Leaders | March 08, 2018

Infographic: 2018 Will Test Retail’s Online & In-Store Balancing Act

Retail’s precondition for strong connectivity across the business and with customers has many retail execs investing more their digital capabilities.


By Katherine Gauntt | February 22, 2018

History Repeats Itself: Physical Nexus & The Online Sales Tax Debate

E-commerce challenges the tax concept of “physical nexus” as more retailers do business in states where they have no physical presence.