Free Webinar: Update on the NY "Amazon Tax" Collection on NY Affiliate-Driven Sales

Recently-enacted New York law requires those online marketers with affiliate programs whose NY-based affiliates generated $10,000 or more in sales to collect and pay sales tax on all New York-bound shipments. With the recent dismissal of Amazon.com's lawsuit against New York's state involving the so-called "Amazon Tax," the impact of this new law has become much more defined.

The question becomes: Do marketers who want to avoid collection and remittance of NY sales tax need to take the position like Overstock,com and simply terminate their NY affiliates, or is there a more moderate approach potentially available? Navigating the confusing potential exemptions can be very difficult for marketers, particularly with new budget proposals in New York that will extend online sales tax burdens.

Please join Andrew B. Lustigman and Jonathan I. Ezor for a complimentary 1-hour Webinar on Tuesday afternoon, February 24, at 2 p.m. EST. This webinar will provide real-world answers to the new law and its impact on your business and your clients. The Webinar will include both a brief presentation and Q&A. A teleconference option will be available for audio-only participants, and a podcast will be made available afterwards.

The registration for the webinar is now closed.

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