Wayfair Decision: Six Years Later

Six years ago, the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling in South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. revolutionized the e-commerce landscape by allowing states to mandate sales tax collection from out-of-state sellers based on economic presence rather than physical presence. This decision overruled the 1992 Quill Corp. v. North Dakota precedent, ushering in a new era for state…


Lights, camera, action! DDH Corporate Retreat

Lights, camera, action! DDH just wrapped up an unforgettable corporate retreat in New Orleans with our incredible team members and their spouses. We soaked in the lively atmosphere of the French Quarter Festival, explored the artistic charm of Jackson Square, and indulged in the delicious flavors of authentic Louisiana cuisine. Truly, an adventure to remember!…


Navigating Sales Tax Exemption Certificates

If you don’t collect sales tax on a taxable sale, you need to validate the exemption by collecting an exemption certificate or resale certificate from your customer. Otherwise, you could be liable for the uncollected tax, associated penalties, and interest.  What is an Exemption Certificate? An exemption or resale certificate is a document that identifies…


Navigating the Complex World of Sales and Use Tax

Mastering the intricate world of sales and use tax can be a formidable task for any business. However, as a CPA, accounting firm, or advisory firm, your specialized knowledge is a vital asset in guiding clients to effectively manage their finances and maintain compliance. Your role in staying abreast of the complexities of sales and…


Celebrating National Donut Day: A Sweet Treat and a Sales Tax Twist

National Donut Day is upon us, and it’s the perfect excuse to indulge in one of the most beloved treats across the country. Whether you spell it “donut” or “doughnut,” there’s no denying the universal appeal of these delicious, deep-fried confections. As you prepare to celebrate, it’s worth considering a less tasty but equally important…


CT: Unique Tax Exemption for Professional Athletes

CT: In Connecticut, professional athletes enjoy a unique tax benefit that sets them apart from their peers in other states. The state allows these athletes to write off clothing and personal safety equipment expenses. However, it’s important to note that this exemption is specific and limited to items that can be worn, such as life…