The 2020 holiday shopping season is projected to be unlike any we’ve seen before, due largely to shifts in how consumers are choosing to buy since the onset of COVID-19. Forecasters predict U.S. retail ecommerce sales will total $709.8 billion this year, that’s an increase of 18%.
What does this mean for many businesses? It means a surge in orders at one time, which can cause unstable supply chains, changes in inventory processes, and new sales tax obligations due to fulfillment and shipping impacts. We want you to be prepared, so the team at Avalara will be covering:
Understanding how increased digital sales and activities - such as selling through online marketplaces and direct to consumers - may impact your requirements to register, collect, and remit sales tax is critical. Join us on November 18 to learn how you can make this holiday shopping season bright.
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