When you sell around the world, there are more opportunities for growth.
But there’s also more complexity.
One big complication is sales tax, GST, and VAT: consumption taxes you’re expected to charge your customer and remit on their behalf.
So what are your options when it comes to tax collection and compliance?
In a one-hour webinar, we covered the four main ways that SaaS companies handle global sales taxes.
We also covered:
- What happens when SaaS companies don’t properly comply with tax regulations.
- The growing list of countries that have changed their rules around VAT and sales taxes for software sales in recent years.
- How tax liabilities vary for B2B and B2C purchases in different areas of the world.
- Who is liable for the sales tax when resellers are involved.
Stream the full event here.
Rachel Harding, Global Tax Director at FastSpring
Rachel Harding is the global tax director at FastSpring, handling tax compliance for SaaS companies in over 200 regions around the world. Rachel has worked as a tax consultant, analyst, and accountant for over a decade.
Nathan Collier, Director of Content and Community at FastSpring
Nathan Collier leads the content and community team at FastSpring. Prior to joining FastSpring, Nathan ran his own content marketing agency and worked with numerous SaaS and software companies around the world. Semrush recently named Nathan to its list of top 100 influencers in content marketing.
FastSpring’s secure payment system has everything SaaS developers need to securely process payments, collect taxes, manage chargebacks, and much more — all while remaining compliant with tax regulations around the world. Sign up for a FastSpring account or request a demo to learn more.