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Barry Gersick and Susan Markey Co-Author Article on Sales and Use Tax for Remote Sellers in Minnesota for Thomson Reuters' Practical Law

September 16, 2019

Barry Gersick and Susan Markey, attorneys in Maslon's Corporate Securities Group, co-authored an article, titled "Sales and Use Tax for Remote Sellers: Minnesota," for Thomson Reuters' Practical Law. The article serves as a Q&A guide to remote sellers' exposure to sales and use tax in Minnesota after the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. Barry and Susan address issues including nexus for remote sellers, taxability based on economic nexus, economic nexus thresholds, the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement, penalties for failure to comply with sales tax collection and remittance, and the taxation of marketplace sellers and hosts or facilitators.

Barry practices in the areas of taxation, business matters, and estate planning. He has represented privately held businesses and their owners in various tax matters, including tax planning, contested tax matters, estate planning, and estate and gift taxation. Barry has assisted owners of businesses in numerous acquisitions and divestitures.

Susan represents clients in general corporate and taxation matters. Her experience includes assisting clients with tax controversies, tax liabilities, and audits as well as researching tax law, drafting legal appeals and memoranda, and preparing tax returns. From 2007-2011, Susan served as a law clerk to the Honorable James T. Swenson, Chief Judge of the Hennepin County District Court.

For more information, go to: Practical Law, "Sales and Use Tax for Remote Sellers: Minnesota."

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