In this episode of Retail Right Now, Total Retail's Joe Keenan and Caitlin Sullivan discuss the hot-button issue of online sales tax, which has been in the news recently since the Supreme Court agreed to hear the case of South Dakota v. Wayfair Inc. South Dakota is seeking the authority to collect sales tax for purchases made in the state by Wayfair customers, despite the fact that the online retailer has no physical presence in the state. South Dakota and many other states are seeking to overturn the high court's ruling in the 1992 case of Quill v. North Dakota, which found that businesses were not responsible for collecting sales taxes for purchases in states where they didn't have a physical presence (e.g., brick-and-mortar store, distribution center, corporate offices, call center).

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