How do you calculate US sales tax if you’re a remote seller?

How do you calculate US sales tax if you’re a remote seller?

First things first: you’re a “remote seller” if you sell products or services into a state where you don’t have a physical presence. Say you have a physical location in Michigan, but you sell goods to consumers in other states. Congratulations! You’re officially a remote seller – one who may be required to collect and file sales taxes to states other than your own.
To determine whether or not you need to pay US sales taxes to other states, you have to first find out whether or not you have a “nexus” (or, “connection”) in the state. Read more…