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U.S. Supreme Court Opens Door for Online Sales Tax

In a 5-4 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court yesterday overturned decades of legal precedent and opened the door for states to require online retailers (even with no physical presence within a state) to collect sales tax on sales in a state.   The law of the land for many years has

Crosslin Adds Team Members

Crosslin has expanded its accounting and business solutions and audit teams. The accounting and business solutions (ABS) department welcomes Rise’ Holt as an ABS team member.  Holt brings more than 30 years of accounting experience to the position, most recently serving as human resources manager/corporate secretary for First United Bank

10 Things Individuals Need to Know About Tax Reform

From lowered income tax rates and doubled standard deductions, to caps on mortgage interest and state and local deductions, Americans may feel a significant impact as a result of the new tax law. Here are the top 10 things individual taxpayers need to know:  There are new individual income tax

Crosslin Hosting Lunch n’ Learn

Free lunch – June 27! Join Crosslin and Carter Shelton for a complimentary lunch n’ learn. We will have an in-depth Tennessee state and local tax overview, including a discussion of the anticipated Supreme Court ruling in the South Dakota vs. Wayfair case which has the potential to impact many