Washington – Exemption for Pediatric Oral Services

SALT Report 2821 – The Washington Legislature passed a Bill that extends the business and occupation tax exemption provided in RCW 82.04.320 to stand-alone dental plans for pediatric oral services.  However, the B&O tax will continue to apply to stand-alone Continue reading Washington – Exemption for Pediatric Oral Services

Washington – Municipal Annexations Announced

SALT Report 2820 – The Washington Department of Revenue issued a sales and use tax notice announcing that the following municipalities have imposed annexations, thereby increasing their boundaries.  As a result, the sales tax rates for businesses included in the Continue reading Washington – Municipal Annexations Announced

Michigan – Prepaid Fuel Sales Tax Rates

SALT Report 2819 – The Michigan Department of Treasury issued an administrative bulletin that establishes the sales tax prepayment rates applicable to the purchase or sale of gasoline and diesel fuel as required by Section 6a of the General Sales Continue reading Michigan – Prepaid Fuel Sales Tax Rates

Florida – Debit Card Program Allows Teachers to Purchase Supplies Tax-Free

SALT Report 2818 – Florida Governor Rick Scott announced the implementation of the Teacher Classroom Supply Debit Card Program.  The program provides teachers with approximately $250 to spend on classroom supplies.  Purchases made with these debit cards will allow teachers Continue reading Florida – Debit Card Program Allows Teachers to Purchase Supplies Tax-Free

Illinois – Updated Chicago Parking Tax Guidance

SALT Report 2817 – The Chicago Department of Finance issued an information bulletin regarding recent amendments to the Chicago parking tax. The parking tax is imposed on all vehicles that are parked in a parking lot or garage in the Continue reading Illinois – Updated Chicago Parking Tax Guidance

Utah – Updated Electronic Funds Transfer Publication

SALT Report 2816 – The Utah State Tax Commission updated its publication regarding electronic funds transfers and how to make tax payments using the ACH credit method. This method allows you to pay your taxes electronically, which is often safer, Continue reading Utah – Updated Electronic Funds Transfer Publication

Utah – Updated Guidelines for Substitute and Copied Forms

SALT Report 2815 – The Utah State Tax Commission updated a publication that discusses substitute and copied business forms. The publication is written for computer software developers and programmers, computerized tax processors, commercial printers, business forms companies, and anyone else Continue reading Utah – Updated Guidelines for Substitute and Copied Forms