Multi-state – Doing Business in Different Places Creates Financial Hurdles

www.news.yahoo.com by Joyce Rosenberg – March 24, 2016 “As small companies expand their business into more towns, cities and states, that growth often brings higher expenses from taxes and other government obligations. Many companies find they have new fees to Continue reading Multi-state – Doing Business in Different Places Creates Financial Hurdles

California – Calif. to Raise Minimum Wage to $15: Reports

SALT Report 3788 – California lawmakers and union leaders have reached a tentative deal to raise the state minimum wage to $15 an hour over the next several years, the Los Angeles Times reports. Gov. Jerry Brown (D) is expected Continue reading California – Calif. to Raise Minimum Wage to $15: Reports

California – Shedding Light On Lucent Bright Ideas March 30, 2016 BOE Hearings

SALT Report 3787 – On March 30, 2016 the BOE will be conducting their monthly meeting in Sacramento.  On the agenda Item M1 – Lucent Technologies – This agenda item will address the BOE’s interpretation of the TTA issue and Continue reading California – Shedding Light On Lucent Bright Ideas March 30, 2016 BOE Hearings

Colorado – DMA v Brohl 10th Circuit Court Decision Upholds “Notification Law” The Saga Continues

SALT Report 3786 – On February 22, 2016 the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals rendered their opinion that the notification requirements (Colo. Rev. Stat. § 39-21-112(3.5)(c)(I)) Colorado has placed upon “non-collecting retailers” does not violate the Commerce Clause of the Continue reading Colorado – DMA v Brohl 10th Circuit Court Decision Upholds “Notification Law” The Saga Continues

California – BOE To Address Proposed Changes To Regulation 1698 (Records)

SALT Report 3784 – On March 29-30 the BOE will be conducting their monthly meeting in Sacramento. In a reasonable attempt to update the Regulations 1698 and 4901 addressing the records required to be retained by Point of Sales systems Continue reading California – BOE To Address Proposed Changes To Regulation 1698 (Records)

Illinois – Chicago Ends Sales Tax on Tampons and Sanitary Napkins

SALT Report 3783 – The Chicago City Council has rescinded a city sales tax on tampons and sanitary napkins. The vote on March 16, 2016 followed a recommendation that was made without opposition by the City Council’s finance committee last Continue reading Illinois – Chicago Ends Sales Tax on Tampons and Sanitary Napkins