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Sales and Use Tax Services: 5 Key Questions to Drive Your Business Plan

When assessing the opportunity for new or expanded services, a key element is the business plan. It is a necessary step in the process and an important resource when seeking support for the new offering.

Since the Wayfair decision in 2018, many firms have begun to develop or expand their sales and use tax (SUT) services—seeking to take advantage of the opportunity the ruling created—and requiring the development of a business plan.

Whether your firm is considering building out its SUT services or looking to expand current offerings, this whitepaper provides the essential questions you should be asking to create and drive your SUT business plan.