Wyoming’s New Economic Nexus Rules May Affect DtC Wine Shippers

January 11, 2019 Sovos -

Last year, the Wyoming Department of Revenue (DOR) announced new “economic nexus” rules, expanding the number of businesses that will be required to collect and remit tax on sales made into the state.

We have recently confirmed with the Wyoming Liquor Control Division (LCD) and the DOR that licensed wineries making direct-to-consumer (DtC) sales to Wyoming residents will also be required to collect and remit sales tax, if they meet the new nexus thresholds.

For details, visit the ShipCompliant by Sovos blog.

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