Grab your day planner, whip out your phone, or clear your whiteboard… it’s time to write down some important dates on your calendar! No, I’m not talking about the next meet-up, conference, or trade show, I’m talking about important dates for the remainder of the year that every eCommerce store owner should be aware of.
Well, it’s finally here! The much anticipated fourth quarter, the time of the year most eCommerce store owners look forward to. For me, it’s always an exciting time. From getting promotions and sales ready for the holiday shopping season to making sure inventory is on hand and employees are ready to tackle the influx of orders.
Store owners take heed. Google is set to roll out updates to their Chrome web browser that will automatically block mixed content on web pages.
What does this mean?
When a user loads a secure website via https:// any content such as scripts, images, etc., being called via http:// will be blocked by default.
While confusion still abounds concerning sales tax on Internet purchases, it’s important for eCommerce store owners to remain in the know when it comes to this important issue.
On October 1, 2019, four more states have enacted or updated economic nexus laws according to our partner, TaxJar. These states are Arizona, Kansas, Massachusetts, and Tennessee.