Multi-State – Tax-Free No More: Amazon To Begin Collecting Sales Tax Nationwide On April 1

Forbes Kelly Phillips, Forbes Staff March 27, 2017 If you’ve been enjoying sales tax-free purchases online, get ready for a major change. Amazon will begin collecting sales taxes from all states with a sales tax as of April 1, 2017. Continue reading Multi-State – Tax-Free No More: Amazon To Begin Collecting Sales Tax Nationwide On April 1

Michigan – MI Bills to strike ‘tampon tax’ not on fast track in Michigan Senate

Michigan Live By Emily Lawler | elawler@mlive.com on March 26, 2017 at 7:00 AM, updated March 26, 2017 at 7:06 AM LANSING, MI — Bills to exempt tampons and sanitary napkins from sales tax passed the Senate Finance Committee unanimously Continue reading Michigan – MI Bills to strike ‘tampon tax’ not on fast track in Michigan Senate

California – CA We Are BOE – CROS Project Begins

BOE Social Media Creative Services Published on Oct 21, 2016 The #CABOE is implementing CROS, Centralized Revenue Operating System, which will shape the way the agency does business. Fast Enterprises is the contractor for the project and their team of Continue reading California – CA We Are BOE – CROS Project Begins

Multi-State – Amazon to collect sales tax in most states beginning April 1

UPI Top News By Daniel Uria | March 25, 2017 at 2:35 PM Amazon will begin collecting sales taxes in Hawaii, Idaho, Maine and New Mexico. Already, the online retailer collects sales tax in 41 other states. Alaska, Delaware, Oregon, Continue reading Multi-State – Amazon to collect sales tax in most states beginning April 1

California – CA New Sales and Use Tax Rates Go into Effect on April 1, 2017

Contact: Office of Public Affairs 1-916-327-8988 For Immediate Release March 23, 2017 NR 14-17-G Sacramento – The California State Board of Equalization (BOE) reminds Californians that new sales and use tax rates will take effect on April 1, 2017, as Continue reading California – CA New Sales and Use Tax Rates Go into Effect on April 1, 2017

South Carolina – SC Can You Hear Me Now? South Carolina Department of Revenue Issues Guidance on Taxation of Communication Services

JDSupra Business Advisor 3/23/2017 by Andrew Saleeby | McNair Law Firm, P.A. The South Carolina Department of Revenue (the “Department”) issued guidance earlier this month, in South Carolina Revenue Ruling 17-2, to update a comprehensive discussion concerning how communication services Continue reading South Carolina – SC Can You Hear Me Now? South Carolina Department of Revenue Issues Guidance on Taxation of Communication Services

Mississippi – MS No disclosure of Amazon sales tax

Hub City Spokes WED, 03/15/2017 – 5:19 PM BY STEVE WILSON The Mississippi Department of Revenue said it won’t give up Amazon sales tax deal records requested by the Mississippi Justice Institute because it has to protect a taxpayer. The Continue reading Mississippi – MS No disclosure of Amazon sales tax

Oklahoma – OK O’Connor: Collecting online sales tax benefits Oklahomans

The Journal Record By: Cathy O’Connor Guest Columnist March 21, 2017 Earlier this month, Amazon began collecting Oklahoma sales tax on online purchases. Reactions to the change have been mixed. Local brick-and-mortar business owners are pleased because it levels the Continue reading Oklahoma – OK O’Connor: Collecting online sales tax benefits Oklahomans

Multistate – States Splitting on Digital Sales Tax Strategy

Bloomburg BNA March 22, 2017 By Jennifer McLoughlin States adopting revenue-recovery measures to capture untaxed remote sales aren’t uniform in their tactics or long-term targets. During a March 21 panel at the Tax Executives Institute Inc.’s 67th Midyear Conference, Michael Continue reading Multistate – States Splitting on Digital Sales Tax Strategy