How the U.S. Supreme Court’s Wayfair Decision Impacts the Promotional Products Industry

Recorded On: 02/20/2019

What was the decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair and what does this ruling mean for businesses? Which states do I have to collect sales tax for and when do I have to start collecting?  What are some options for complying with the numerous state and local sales tax collection requirements? Receive answers to these questions and more during this webinar delivered by Craig Johnson, executive director of the Streamlined Sales Tax Governing Board and Patrick J. Reynolds and Fred Nicely from the Council on State Taxation, an organization comprised of some of the largest multistate businesses nationwide.

Craig Johnson

Executive Director, Streamlined Sales Tax Governing Board, Inc.

Craig Johnson is the executive director of the Streamlined Sales Tax Governing Board, Inc. In this position, which he has held since January 2013, Johnson functions as the chief operating officer for an organization that currently includes 24 different state governments. He is responsible for the day-to-day needs of the Governing Board and its committees. Johnson has been involved with the Streamlined Sales Tax Project since 2006, serving as one of Wisconsin’s representatives.

Prior to this position, Johnson worked at the Wisconsin Department of Revenue for over 20 years.  During that time, he held the titles of revenue field auditor and a sales and use tax specialist in the Administration Technical Services Unit. Johnson was a frequent speaker on Wisconsin sales and use tax issues and is a certified public accountant.

Patrick J. Reynolds

Senior Tax Counsel, Council On State Taxation (COST)

Patrick J. Reynolds is a Senior Tax Counsel with the Council On State Taxation (COST).  He is part of the COST advocacy team, where he is staff liaison to the Unclaimed Property Committee and the Sales Tax Committee, and he contributes to tax policy development, drafting, and legislative advocacy. 

He received his JD from Creighton University School of Law and his BSBA – Accounting from the University of Nebraska at Omaha.  He is a member of the Nebraska and Texas state bars and is a licensed CPA.  

Fred Nicely

Senior Tax Counsel, Council On State Taxation (COST)

Fred Nicely is a Senior Tax Counsel at COST.  His role as Senior Tax Counsel extends to all aspects of the COST mission statement:  “to preserve and promote equitable and nondiscriminatory state and local taxation of multijurisdictional business entities.”  Before joining COST, Fred served in the Ohio Department of Taxation for four years as Deputy Tax Commissioner over Legal and for the prior seven years as the Department’s Chief Counsel.  Fred’s undergraduate degree in psychology (with a concentration in accounting) is from the Ohio State University.  He obtained his MBA and JD from Capital University in Columbus, Ohio.  


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