Alabama – Department of Revenue Reminds Holiday Shoppers To Pay Tax On Online Purchases

SALT Report 3538 – The Alabama Department of Revenue released a notice to Alabama taxpayers, reminding them of their sales tax remittance obligations for online purchases.  Shoppers ordering from the internet, TV home-shopping networks, or catalogs who are not charged Continue reading Alabama – Department of Revenue Reminds Holiday Shoppers To Pay Tax On Online Purchases

Ohio – New Sales Tax Holiday Moves Forward

SALT Report 3537 – The Ohio Senate approved legislation that would allow for a sales tax free weekend on the first weekend of August 2015.  The first week of August was selected to benefit families who are back-to-school shopping.  The Continue reading Ohio – New Sales Tax Holiday Moves Forward

Michigan – Internet Sales Tax Bill Approved

SALT Report 3536 – On Thursday the Senate passed a pair of bills which require internet retailers to collect Michigan’s 6% sales tax.  Only online retailers with a physical presence have been required to collect the sales tax, but now Continue reading Michigan – Internet Sales Tax Bill Approved

Multi-State – Spending Bill Includes Ban On Taxing Internet Access

SALT Report 3535 – A $1.1 trillion dollar spending bill extends the ban on taxing internet access through October 1, 2015.  This will be the fourth renewal to ban internet access taxes.  Senate Finance Committee chairman Ron Wyden, who originally Continue reading Multi-State – Spending Bill Includes Ban On Taxing Internet Access

Arizona – Notice Addresses Changes To Prime Contracting Classification For TPT

SALT Report 3534 – The Arizona Department of Revenue has released a notice which addresses various questions and gives examples involving changes to the prime contracting classification for Transaction Privilege Tax (TPT).  A total of 18 questions and 17 examples Continue reading Arizona – Notice Addresses Changes To Prime Contracting Classification For TPT