The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is the most substantial U.S. tax legislation in decades, and retailers still have questions about its impact. The legislation is also subject to correction and further confusion, as demonstrated by a group of retailers pushing for changes to a tax law...
States, businesses, and various associations all have an opinion on the South Dakota v. Wayfair case.
After filing for bankruptcy, retailers manage customer deposits and consigned inventory according to their specific circumstances.
Between tax reform, tax filings, and the online sales tax debate, taxes could play a big role in influencing consumer spending behavior.
The renewed debate on physical nexus could significantly alter how states tax digital apps, services, and tools.
Retail bankruptcy filings continued at a rapid pace in the second half of 2017. Should retailers expect a steady stream of filings this year?
Retail’s precondition for strong connectivity across the business and with customers has many retail execs investing more their digital capabilities.
E-commerce challenges the tax concept of “physical nexus” as more retailers do business in states where they have no physical presence.
As gift cards continue to grow in popularity, retailers can organize efficient tracking systems to ensure proper accounting.
After last year’s steady deal activity, what opportunities does the retail industry offer private equity firms in 2018?
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