Alabama – Town of Louisville Decreases Local Tax Rates

SALT Report 1237 – The Alabama Department of Revenue announced that the town of Louisville will decrease local sales and use tax rates effective December 1, 2011. The rates for the net difference paid for machines, machinery, equipment used in pla… Continue reading Alabama – Town of Louisville Decreases Local Tax Rates

Washington – Governor Proposes Temporary Sales Tax Increase and Other Revenue Measures

SALT Report 1236 – Washington Governor Chris Gregoire has submitted a 2012 supplemental budget proposal that calls for more than $2 billion in spending cuts and a number of revenue measures, including a temporary increase in the state sales tax ra… Continue reading Washington – Governor Proposes Temporary Sales Tax Increase and Other Revenue Measures

Indiana – Guidance for Sellers Registered Under the SSUT Agreement

SALT Report 1235 – The Indiana Department of Revenue has issued a bulletin regarding when retail sales tax liabilities may be assessed on a seller registered under the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement (SSUTA) if the seller fails to file its… Continue reading Indiana – Guidance for Sellers Registered Under the SSUT Agreement

District of Columbia – Tax Exemption Applications

SALT Report 1234 – The District of Columbia Office of Tax and Revenue has issued guidance regarding the proper procedures for filing an application for tax exemption. A nonprofit organization that means to conduct business within the District of C… Continue reading District of Columbia – Tax Exemption Applications

Kansas – Taxability of Multistate Direct Mail Transactions

SALT Report 1233 – An opinion letter issued by the Kansas Department of Revenue addresses the sales and use tax and nexus concerns of a Missouri direct mail advertising company. The company solicits Kansas customers to buy direct mail advertising … Continue reading Kansas – Taxability of Multistate Direct Mail Transactions