Kansas expands sales and use tax nexus

On April 16, 2013, Kansas Governor Sam Brownback signed S.B. 83, which generally creates a presumption that out-of-state retailers are doing business in the state for sales and use tax purposes based on the activities of other persons, applicable starting July 1, 2013. The bill also adopts ‘click-through’ nexus, applicable to sales made 90 days after the bill is published in the Kansas Register. Out-of-state retailers should be aware that, following the enactment of S.B. 83, the activities of an unrelated entity or person could potentially create Kansas sales and use tax nexus.

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