Wyoming – Wyoming revenue forecast drops from October

CHEYENNE – Wyoming’s latest economic forecast shows the drop in oil prices to end 2018 will mean a serious blow to the state’s overall revenue picture. The January report from the Consensus Revenue Estimating Group estimates $125.1 million less in Continue reading Wyoming – Wyoming revenue forecast drops from October

Pennsylvania – Sales And Use Tax Bulletin Establishes Nexus Thresholds Effective July 1, 2019

Pennsylvania Department of Revenue has issued Sales and Use Tax Bulletin 2019-01, issued January 8, 2019. Maintaining a Place of Business in the Commonwealth To prevent any discrimination or undue burden on taxpayers whose virtual presence with the Commonwealth is Continue reading Pennsylvania – Sales And Use Tax Bulletin Establishes Nexus Thresholds Effective July 1, 2019

Texas – Comptroller’s Office Releases A Four Part Series On Contractors And Related Services (Part 3)

December 2018 Part 3 – Pipe Works: Understanding New Construction vs. Repair, Remodeling and Restoration for Pipelines In this month’s issue, we are concluding the contractor series with a look at the tax treatment for pipeline construction. This article summarizes Continue reading Texas – Comptroller’s Office Releases A Four Part Series On Contractors And Related Services (Part 3)

Multi-State – Why The Supreme Court’s Internet Sales Tax Decision Will Hurt e-Commerce Startups

Startups have a lot stacked against them, including oligarchic competitors and the ever-present threat of running out of money. This summer, the Supreme Court added another burden. On June 21, the Court voted 5-4 to overturn Quill v. North Dakota, a 1992 Continue reading Multi-State – Why The Supreme Court’s Internet Sales Tax Decision Will Hurt e-Commerce Startups

Multi-State – Internet Sales Tax Collection Laws Gradually Taking Effect

NEW YORK — As 2019 approaches, many online retailers are either collecting or preparing to collect sales tax from out-of-state-customers for the first time. A majority of the states have enacted laws requiring remote sellers to collect sales tax following Continue reading Multi-State – Internet Sales Tax Collection Laws Gradually Taking Effect

Florida – House Tax Committee Opens Debate Over Taxing Online Sales

Members of the House Ways & Means committee hankered openly Wednesday to collect potentially hundreds of millions of dollars in sales taxes on online sales. What wasn’t clear is whether Florida’s new supermajority requirement to raise revenues would allow them Continue reading Florida – House Tax Committee Opens Debate Over Taxing Online Sales

Louisiana – Small-Business Advocate Calls For Constitutional Amendment To Unify Sales Tax Collection

The state chapter of the National Federation of Independent Business will push for a state constitutional amendment creating a single sales tax collector for Louisiana, said Dawn Starns, the NFIB’s Louisiana director. She said the potential amendment has a promised Continue reading Louisiana – Small-Business Advocate Calls For Constitutional Amendment To Unify Sales Tax Collection

Alabama – November’s Revenue Numbers Have Been Influenced Greatly By Online Sales Tax

“This is the first November and first holiday season Alabama has been able to enforce is online sales tax collections”, as a result of this much more revenue is flowing into the state. this new enforcement also made is possible Continue reading Alabama – November’s Revenue Numbers Have Been Influenced Greatly By Online Sales Tax

Minnesota – New Local Sales And Use Taxes To Begin on April 1, 2019

The following local sales and use taxes will start on April 1, 2019. Click the links for information on each local tax. Redwood County Transit Sales and Use Tax Waseca County Transit Sales and Use Tax Registering for the new Continue reading Minnesota – New Local Sales And Use Taxes To Begin on April 1, 2019

Alabama – Brick And Mortar Stores Encouraged By November Sales Tax Revenue Numbers

MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) – The official retail numbers for November are in and it looks like good news for brick and mortar stores. Sales tax revenue up for in-store purchases and online purchases from this time last year. “It has Continue reading Alabama – Brick And Mortar Stores Encouraged By November Sales Tax Revenue Numbers