Traveling Salesperson

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Traveling Salesperson

A person who makes a living by going from place to place to sell products. For example, a traveling salesman may visit dental offices in various towns to sell dental supplies. A traveling salesperson generally earns a commission on sales.
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It is important to note that the statute specifies that the traveling salesperson designation applies only to those who solicit orders from businesses that use the purchased goods for either resale or in the business.
Probably the most common type of statutory employee at present is the traveling salesperson defined in Sec.
The problems that can arise in classifying a traveling salesperson were perhaps best illustrated in Hathaway.
It may be prudent for sellers with out-of-state activities to review their nexus status in other states, particularly if such sellers use traveling salespersons, rent property, maintain inventories or engage in post-sale activities in the destination states.