Did you know… Changes to Kansas’ Nexus Provision

By Tom WeissAugust 15, 2019

Kansas finally jumps on the Economic Nexus train with a huge twist;  On August 1, 2019, the Kansas Department of Revenue released a notice stating that any remote seller that sells tangible personal property or services into Kansas must register, collect and remit sales and/or use tax by October 1, 2019. Kansas has dropped any transactions threshold.

Be aware that Kansas imposes its sales and use tax collection requirements to the fullest extent permitted by law and will require all remote sellers to register.

You may use the Streamlined Sales Tax (SST) Program as Kansas is a full member or register directly through the Kansas Department of Revenue.

IMPORTANT: Failure to register may result in administrative enforcement action. So, it is extremely important to understand your sales and use tax obligations and ensure you comply with those laws.

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Sales tax rules and regulations change frequently. Although we hope you'll find this information helpful and informative, this blog is for informational purposes only and does not provide legal or tax advice.